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Court urged to disregard prosecutor’s request for death penalty for four journalists

Reporters Without Borders appealed today to the federal high court to show clemency towards 38 government opponents, including four journalists, (...)

Published on 13 July 2007 Read

Ethiopia

Convicted by high court, four journalists face prison sentences or, in two cases, death penalty

A federal high court verdict finding four journalists and three press groups guilty yesterday of trying to “overthrow constitutional rule” was (...)

Published on 12 June 2007 Read

Ethiopia

Two Eritrean journalists captured in Somalia are shown in video posted on pro-government website in Ethiopia

A video published on an Ethiopian pro-government website on 13 April includes footage of two Eritrean state TV journalists, cameraman Tesfalidet (...)

Published on 19 April 2007 Read

Africa

Two Eritrean journalists captured in Somalia held with “foreign fighters”

Reporters Without Borders called today on the Somali and Ethiopian governments to explain why two Eritrean state TV journalists had been held in (...)

Published on 13 April 2007 Read

Ethiopia

Eight journalists freed after 17 months in prison

Reporters Without Borders welcomed the release from prison of eight journalists after the federal high court cleared them today of subversion. (...)

Published on 9 April 2007 Read

Ethiopia

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

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