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    Britain displeased by Andargachew Tsige’s arrest conditions

    Philip Hammond, the Foreign Secretary of United Kingdom, is deeply concerned over the detention of a British national, Andargachew Tsege, according to a June 25 press release from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. The press release was published a day after the Foreign Secretary and the Ethiopian Foreign Minister, Dr Tedros Adhanom discussed over the phone on the continued detention of [...]
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    AU deplores arrest of Rwandan Intel chief in London (full text)

    Highlights: * “The arrest of Lieutenant-General Emmanuel Karenzi Karake on the basis of an arrest warrant issued by a Spanish Judge [is] not only an attack on a Rwandan national, but on Africa as a whole”. * “[It is] blatant violation of the principle of universal jurisdiction by some non-African States against African government officials and….. stresses that this abuse [...]
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    In Addis, Geneva, Tel Aviv: Eritreans march to end torture, tyranny

    Eritrean diaspora and refugees demonstrated in-front of at African Union (AU) Headquarters in Addis Ababa, at the United Nations’ European headquarters in Geneva, and in Tel Aviv Israel in the past two days. The demonstrations were called in support of the damning UN report on the Eritrean regime. The report detailed “systemic, widespread and gross human rights violations amounting to [...]
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    Infographics: How Ethiopia voted

    The number of votes EPRDF and its allies, which amassed all federal and state legislative seats, received is around 95%, further extrapolation of the data reveal. The ruling party and its allies won all but 1 federal and 3 state legislative seats that were up for grab in the May 24th election, as the National Election Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) announced last Monday. While not included in [...]
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    Eritrean protestors threatened UN experts in Geneva

    Security redoubled for members of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea following threats and intimidations by pro-regime protesters in Geneva, Switzerland. According to protest organizers, 6,000 people from Eritrea and around Europe protested the Inquiry commission outside the U.N on Monday. The disclosure was made by the President of the UN Human Right’s Council president in a meeting [...]

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