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Journalist sent back to prison over libel case dating back to 2002

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the Ethiopian supreme court’s decision on 26 January to reject an appeal by journalist Abraham Reta of (...)

Published on 30 January 2007 Read

Ethiopia

Three more sites unaccessible, government denies being involved

Three more websites (Ethiomedia.com, Freeourleaders.org and Nazret.com) have become inaccessible within Ethiopia. Information minister Hailu (...)

Published on 29 May 2006 Read

Ethiopia

Government urged to amnesty 21 detained journalists and other prisoners of conscience on first anniversary of elections that triggered crisis

On the eve of first anniversary of the May 2005 legislative elections that plunged Ethiopia into a crisis and swept away part of the independent (...)

Published on 12 May 2006 Read

Ethiopia

Pregnant journalist freed after one month in prison

Online journalist Frezer Negash was released from prison on the evening of 9 March and all charges against her were dropped. She was freed two (...)

Published on 13 March 2006 Read

Ethiopia

Associated Press correspondent expelled

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the expulsion of British journalist Anthony Mitchell, a correspondent for the Associated Press news (...)

Published on 24 January 2006 Read

Ethiopia

Call for UN observer mission in run-up to mass trial of government opponents and journalists

Urging the Ethiopian government to act with the “utmost prudence,” Reporters Without Borders today said it would pay close attention throughout the (...)

Published on 21 December 2005 Read

Ethiopia

Political storm sweeps away much of the privately-owned press

Reporters Without Borders today appealed to United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan for “urgent mediation” in Ethiopia, where editors of (...)

Published on 15 November 2005 Read

Ethiopia

Editor gets a month in prison for refusing to identify a source

Reacting to the supreme court’s imposition of a one-month prison sentence on one editor and a fine on another for their refusal to name a source, (...)

Published on 10 August 2005 Read

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