The Ethiopian army implicated in more human rights abuses.
Ethiopia Aid Exposed
Human rights groups fear draconian laws silence political dissent in Ethiopia.
150 arrested on terrorism-related charges including politicians, academics and students.
Teacher was protesting for ‘justice and liberty, freedom and rights’.
The minister for international development must produce proof of assertions.
Local and foreign journalists have been arrested in Ethiopia.
A transcript of the UK Development Secretary’s interview over Bureau report on Newsnight.
Evidence of a renewed government crackdown against opposition members.
International community turns blind eye to manipulation of aid for political ends.
Embassy denies wrongdoing, demands further opportunity to respond to allegations.
Reports of torture and abuse at the hands of Ethiopian government officials.
Reports of brutality meted out by Ethiopian officials in the capital’s main detention centre.
EU election observer speaks out about the West’s attitude to repressive regime.
In Ethiopia’s Southern Region political opponents are being denied Aid assistance.
UK aid to Ethiopia has increased by 20 times in the past decade.
Photographs purporting to show Ogaden villages burned to the ground.
Emails show EU officials told of abuses by government.
In the drought stricken south-east, Ethiopian government forces are terrorising the people.
Images purporting to show violence inflicted on civilians in the Ogaden region by Ethiopian forces.