Center for the Rights of Ethiopian Women (CREW), a non-profit, non-government, peace and human rights organization dedicated to promoting the rights of Ethiopian women worldwide through advocacy and education, was established as an outcome of a successful international conference on … Read More
20 March 2013 (CyberETH) – For the past few weeks, our web site CyberEthiopia.com has been the target of coordinated cyber attacks which caused serious disruption to our services.
The assaults on CyberEthiopia.com started in late January with denial-of-service attacks … Read More
Al Jazeera’s English and Arabic websites are reported to have been blocked in Ethiopia, raising fresh fears that the government is continuing its efforts to silence the media.
Though the authorities in Addis Ababa have refused to comment on the … Read More
by Alemayehu G. Mariam
The great American poet Walt Whitman said, “Either define the moment or the moment will define you.” Will the election of Uhuru Kenyatta as president of Kenya define President Barack Obama in Africa or will President … Read More
How the US ‘war on terror’ has provided cover for laws that are being used to silence dissident journalists.
When the Paris-based media watchdog group, Reporters Without Borders released its annual Press Freedom Index, few were surprised that Ethiopia had … Read More
Press Release (Vancouver BC Canada)— On March 2, 2013, seventeen Anuak men were ambushed by Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF), as they were sitting under a tree near Gilo river in a rural area in the Gambella region of … Read More
by Dawit Alemu
In the last week of February, Saudi Arabia’s deputy defense minister, Prince Khalid Bin Sultan, has condemned Ethiopia for “posing a threat to the Nile water rights of Egypt and Sudan1” at the meetings of the Arab … Read More
Dam War of Words
Late last month, Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid Bin Sultan fired a shot across the bow from the Arab Water Council in Cairo to let the regime in Ethiopia know that his country takes … Read More