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Dutchman put on trial for Ethiopian war crimes in 1970s (Reuters)

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch citizen will go on trial in the Netherlands next Monday on charges he committed war crimes in Ethiopia in the 1970s. The 63-year-old Dutchman, who was born in Ethiopia, is accused of the incarceration, torture...

Loyola Marymount University Mounts National, Cultural and Academic Leadership with Publishing Press [Huffingtonpost]

Patrick A. Howell  Harriet Tubman Press Launched at Historic Leimert Park in Los Angeles Photography by Nick Belohlavy Roland Martin, Elias Wondimu, Angela Rye, Congressmember Karen Bass, and Collin Hinds at the inaugural launch of...

Death To Fascism, Then and Now: How Ethiopia Fought Back Against Mussolini (Okayafrica)

Abel Shifferaw Ethiopians were the first to fight fascism. With right wing nationalism on the rise again we can take a page from their book.  Weeks back, shortly after the horrific display of white supremacist violence that took place...

How a Minnesota paper became one of the world’s leading sources of Ethiopian news (minnpost)

By Ibrahim Hirsi Nearly a decade ago, when Henok Alemayehu Degfu spent his first two paychecks on a laptop, some of his relatives thought he was nuts. Degfu had been in the U.S. for only a couple of months at that point, and those close to...

ESAT Yesamintu Engeda Teklemariam Mengestu

Activist Nigist Yirga [Animation video - EHRP]

Yonatan Tesfaye Animation video (BY EHRP)

How the NSA built a secret surveillance network for Ethiopia (The intercept)

By Nick Turse  September 13 2017 — “A WARM FRIENDSHIP connects the Ethiopian and American people,” U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced earlier this year. “We remain committed to working with Ethiopia to foster liberty,...