HRW tells Ethiopia: No shortcut to dev’t; Suspend Gibe III & Sugar plantations

Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a 73-page report, titled “‘What Will Happen if Hunger Comes?’:.

Report: HRW accuses Kenya of abusing its Somali citizens and refugees

The US-based NGO, Human Rights Watch(HRW) accused the Kenya Defence Forces and the Kenyan police.

Resettlement and Human Rights Watch’s unsound and shoddy methodology

(Jan. 20, 2012 – A Week in the Horn of Africa) This week, Human Rights.

Ethiopia: Human Rights Watch – ‘Forced Relocations Bring Hunger, Hardship’

Here is a statement by Human Rights Watch, titled ‘Forced Relocations Bring Hunger, Hardship’. January.

Ethiopia: Journalists and the rule of law

[from: A Week in the Horn – Dec. 30, 2011 issue.] The Federal High Court.

Ethiopia: Ireland’s Parliament delegation visit

A delegation of  Ireland’s Parliament, aka Oireachtas, Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade has been.

Terrorism, security, civil liberties and human rights organizations

[From: A Week in the Horn of Africa, Oct. 21, 2011 issue.] Terrorism, security, civil.

Human Right Watch’s strange letter to UK on Ethiopian aid

Human Rights Watch wrote an open letter, titled ‘Ethiopia: Letter Regarding UK Development Assistance’, to.

Five detained – HRW alleges, Gov’t dismisses ‘political motive’

Ethiopian police detained five individuals, including two known opposition personalities, on Wednesday, Sep.14, according to.

British Ambassador ‘not happy’ with Ethiopia’s political governance

Addis Fortune had an interesting interview with British ambassador to Ethiopia, Norman Ling. The interview.