February 20, 2013 (ADDIS ABABA) - Ethiopian authorities have banned three civic organisations, accusing the NGOs of engaging in activities that break 2009’s Charities and Societies Proclamation law.
The Ethiopian government alleged that the three NGOs were banned as a result of conducting “illegal religious activities” contrary to the law. The groups who had their licences revoked were One Euro, the Islamic Cultural and Research Centre and the Gohe Child, Youth and Women Development (...)
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Darfur, the most ‘successful’ genocide in a century2017-04-21 23:16:47
By Eric Reeves
The Darfur region of western Sudan has been recognized since 2004 as the site of genocide since 2004 by dozens of political officials and bodies (including the U.S. Congress and (...)
An Appeal to President of the Republic of South Sudan2017-03-15 07:22:45
Dear. Mr. President,
I write to appeal to you for the release of political detainees now in the custody of the National Security Service at Jebel and other detention facilities. In doing this, I (...)