BY AREGU BALLEH – While it may generally be safe to assume that people do not need war the sad reality is that war breaks here and there around the globe. Wars can be of choice or necessity. The war the federal government of Ethiopia is dragged into is a war of necessity by all […]
In its statement the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) indicated that it has been monitoring closely and is in consultation with the relevant authorities regarding the risk of multidimensional human rights violations arising from the ongoing war in Tigray Region.
The federal police, which has been compiling evidences against those detained for allegedly committing human rights crimes, says it has found a new secrete torturing prison where crimes against detainees was committed.
The United States and Ethiopia held their 8th Bilateral Dialogue on Human Rights, Democracy, and Governance at the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The two sides met on July 19, 2018 to discuss ways that the countries can partner to advance the democratic reform process in Ethiopia.