The 2013 Annual Report on
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In the wake of conflict in Libya, thousands of refugees have yet again been forced to flee. They are now stuck in limbo in Egypt and Tunisia.
EU states must share responsibility for the thousands of refugees stranded near Libya's borders.
Four opposition politicians and two journalists have been arrested in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on accusations of participating in terrorism-related activities ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/008/2011
A prominent journalist and four senior opposition politicians have been arrested on accusations of terrorism-related activities.
The Ethiopian authorities must end their continuing crackdown on dissent, Amnesty International said today, following the arrest of a prominent journalist ...
Two political opposition leaders were arrested on 27 August in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, after meeting with Amnesty International staff. Bekele ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/007/2011
Two Ethiopian opposition leaders have been arrested and are being held in a detention centre well-known for using torture.
This report covers a major political trial in Ethiopia lasting from May 2006 to March 2008, in which opposition party leaders, journalists and civil society ...
Report AFR 25/002/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT 1 July 2011 AI Index: AFR 25/005/2011 Ethiopia: Concerns that Anti-Terrorism law is being ...
Public Statement AFR 25/005/2011
In response to reports that two journalists and two opposition party members have been arrested in Ethiopia on suspicion of terrorist offences, Michelle ...