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Tuesday September 30th 2014

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Region-Wide, Heavy-Handed Crackdown on Peaceful Protesters

Region-Wide, Heavy-Handed Crackdown on Peaceful Protesters

(URJII ONLINE) Determined Oromos Students are being met with brutalities in different parts of Oromia by armed special squad of the Ethiopian EPRDD/TPLF Government while attempting to peacefully and non-violently exercise some of their fundamental rights. According to the [Read More]

Arrests and Detentions of Oromo Students in Southern Oromia

Arrests and Detentions of Oromo Students in Southern Oromia

(URJII ONLINE) Around two hundred Oromo Students of a high school in Shakiso, Guji Zone, in southern Oromia have been detained following a clash with ethnic Amhara Students attending the same school on the 12 of March, 2014. The Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa has [Read More]

Sudan and Egypt Implicated in Human Trafficking

Sudan and Egypt Implicated in Human Trafficking

(URJII Online) Since 2009, hundreds and possibly thousands of refugees, most of them Eritrean, have been kidnapped in eastern Sudan and sold to traffickers in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, where they are held and tortured until their relatives can raise tens of thousands [Read More]

Mourning Mandela’s Departure While Honouring His Achievements: HRLHA Press Releasing

Mourning Mandela’s Departure While Honouring His Achievements: HRLHA Press Releasing

(URJII ONLINE) We, the leadership of the Human Rights League of Horn of Africa (HRLHA), would like to express that we are deeply saddened by the passing away of our African hero and freedom icon Mr. Nelson Mandela, also known as Madiba especially among his funs and lovers. [Read More]

The Right to Protest: Ethiopian Regime Repression

The Right to Protest: Ethiopian Regime Repression

(URJII ONLINE) - They speak of democracy, but act violently to suppress dissenting voices and control the people through the inculcation of fear: they ignore human rights and trample on the people, they are a tyrannical wolf in democratic sheep’s clothing, causing [Read More]

Ethiopia Included On CPJ’s First Ever ‘Risk List’

Ethiopia Included On CPJ’s First Ever ‘Risk List’

An international media advocacy group has identified 10 countries where press freedom has suffered in 2012. Risk List 2012 from Committee to Protect Journalists on Vimeo. The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), on Thursday released its annual [Read More]

Ethiopia: Changes without Improvements

Ethiopia: Changes without Improvements

The Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa (HRLHA) has issued a statement regarding the ever deteriorating human rights situations in Ethiopia, despite some fundamental changes out of which Ethiopians and the world peoples have been expecting improvements. Below is the [Read More]

Democratization in Ethiopia: a Complete Failure

URJII, August 30, 2010 From the results of Ethiopia’s May 2010 elections, the fourth since the fall of the Dergue Regime, both the Ethiopian peoples and that of the world have undoubtedly learnt that absolute authoritarianism is back in place in Ethiopia with Mr. [Read More]

Citizens’ Security Remains a Serious Concern in “Democratic” Ethiopia

Citizens’ Security Remains a Serious Concern in “Democratic” Ethiopia

URJII, August 26, 2010. According to a report from Diredawa, a city in eastern province of Hararge, in the Oromia Regional State of Ethiopia, a mother and her teenage son have been missing since the beginning of this month of Aughust. Mrs. Asha Mohammad Galmo and her son [Read More]

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Oromo Canadians Rally against Africa-Canadian Business Summit

Oromo Canadians Rally against Africa-Canadian Business Summit

(URJII ONLINE) Oromo Canadians of the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) and nearby cities staged a demonstration yesterday in [Read More]

Arrests and Detentions of Oromo Nationals Continued

Arrests and Detentions of Oromo Nationals Continued

(URJII ONLINE) The TPLF/EPRDF Government of Ethiopia has continued committing various forms of extra -judicial actions [Read More]

U.S.-Africa summit did not address human rights violations: advocates

U.S.-Africa summit did not address human rights violations: advocates

(URJII ONLINE) WASHINGTON — The U.S.-Africa summit has focused on trade, security and even the Ebola virus, but human [Read More]

Endless Injustices – At the Centre of Discussion at OSA 28th

Endless Injustices – At the Centre of Discussion at OSA 28th

(URJII ONLINE) The denial of justice, absence of fair treatment and equality among the various nations and [Read More]

Re-Unification among the OLF Factions

Re-Unification among the OLF Factions

(URJII ONLINE) Two of the three or four factions of the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) have announced that they have [Read More]

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