Tag Archives: international law

“Is Ethiopia about to crack?”

17 Aug

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin, The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

If there is truthfulness in Ethiopia today, which has become a rare commodity in the governance system of the mafia operated the Tigray People’s Liberation Front-(TPLF) – still as the system in power – it must be, and it is, the TPLF that should adequately respond to the title question, above. The TPLF’s highest national responsibility in the land, assumed by force and through crookery, should require of the Front to honestly and openly respond whether it wants Ethiopia to survive as a nation.
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Digital evidence of Crime Against Humanity in Ethiopia under TPLF

17 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO) 
 


 

Digital evidence: Crime Against Humanity in Bahir Dar in context of national, regional & int’l law!

17 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)


 
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Int’l law experts accuse 9 African states of practicing gruesome torture; experts vow to end it!

9 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

GENEVA — International law prohibits torture under all circumstances, yet it remains a widespread practice. Doctors, psychiatrists, lawyers and other experts met Friday at the United Nations in Geneva to exchange views on how to stop torture and how to tackle the long-lasting suffering of victims.
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The inescapable humanitarian crisis on wealthy Europe’s laps: States & peoples react differently

4 Sep

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

At its worst, the use of the term “migrant” by Europe, including by the international media, is devious. To start with, it is not consistent with international law.
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Is the PM in any form or shape to praise his role in protecting Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia? Part II

1 Dec

by Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory

Prime minister says Ethiopians are not the only victims in Saudi Arabia

In his interview of November 28, 2013 on ETV, Prime Minister Hailemariam tried to force down Ethiopian throats the notion that citizens of many countries – Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Sudan, Yemen, etc. – have suffered similar fates as Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia.
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Is the PM in any form or shape to praise his role in protecting Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia? Part I

29 Nov


 
by Keffyaöew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory

It is unthinkable that war or strained relations between Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia is in the minds of those Ethiopians in cities and rural towns around the world, who are angered by the unimaginable brutality their brothers and sisters have been subjected to in a country that claims to be the Custodian of Islam’s two holy mosques.
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China rebukes UNHCR over claim of refugees returned to North Korea

5 Jun
    Editor’s Note

    This is the importance of being big and influential, because the big gets to be heard or noticed. While this is not an effort to side China, I only pick to the extent of the double-standard with which the UNHCR selects cases it can wring loud to give the impression it is doing its job.
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