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Aid Donors Announce Investigation Into Tribal Evictions in Ethiopia
World  (tags: forced evictions, Ethiopia, corporate greed, indigenous rights, governemnt indifference, world, politics, violence, society, africa, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', government, humanrights, ethics )

Cal
- 175 days ago - survivalinternational.org
Representatives of some of Ethiopia's biggest aid donors have announced that they will send a team to the southwest of the country to investigate persistent reports of human rights abuses amongst the tribes living there.
Ethiopia Swamped By Tidal Wave of Returned Migrants
World  (tags: africa, subsistence farming, Ethiopia, world, Refugees&Relief, politics )

Cal
- 364 days ago - ipsnews.net
Dwindling land access in Ethiopia is a critical issue for 80 percent of the population who make a living as small farmers
Ethiopia - In the Horn of Africa   video
World  (tags: africa, ethiopia, people, places, travel )

Kit
- 390 days ago - youtube.com
Ethiopia, located in the horn of Africa, is endowed with a lot of history from being the country with one of the oldest sites of human existence....
Hunger - Ethiopia's New Weapon to Force Tribes Off Their Land
World  (tags: 'HUMANRIGHTS!', 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', africa, Ethiopia, social policy, society, violence, news, freedoms, conflict, world, politics, government )

Cal
- 887 days ago - survivalinternational.org
Survival has received disturbing reports from members of several tribes in Ethiopia's Lower Omo Valley, which describe how the government is destroying their crops to force them to move off their land into designated resettlement areas.
ONCE A FAMINE VICTIM, COULD ETHIOPIA NOW BECOME AN AFRICAN BREADBASKET?
World  (tags: world, society, politics, africa, Ethiopia, goodnews )

Cal
- 981 days ago - worldcrunch.com
Despite the largest livestock head count on the African continent, a series of nagging problems prevent Ethiopia from realizing its agricultural potential. But now, the government in Addis Abeba has a plan to turn the country from famine poster child to a
Survival Uncovers Shocking Human Rights Abuses in Ethiopia
World  (tags: world, africa, Ethiopia, forced development, native rights, repression, cultural genocide, politics, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', humanrights, news, freedoms, conflict, violence, society, Refugees&Relief, HumanRights )

Cal
- 1032 days ago - survivalinternational.org
Survival has uncovered shocking new evidence of human rights abuses against tribes in Ethiopia's Omo Valley, as government efforts to develop lucrative sugar cane plantations in the region intensify.
EGYPT: African Refugees Are Having Their Organs Cut Out of Their Bodies While They Are Still Alive By Organ Harvesters
World  (tags: 'HUMANRIGHTS!', conflict, corruption, crime, death, ethics, freedoms, HumanRights, humanrights, middle-east, africa, refugees, Ethiopia, Sudan, society, terrorism, violence )

Ge
- 1135 days ago - barenakedislam.wordpress.com
Human Rights Groups have produced evidence that bodies of African refugees have been found in the desert with organs missing. Apparently, African refugees from Ethiopia and Sudan are having their organs stolen in the Sinai Desert by the same people who ar
UN Appeals for Funds for Somali, Eritrean Refugees
World  (tags: world, politics, Refugees&Relief, africa, Ethiopia, HumanRights, UnitedNations, news )

Cal
- 1682 days ago - google.com
The United Nations and Ethiopia appealed Wednesday for 13 million dollars to help the increasing number of Somali refugees entering the country each day.
Construction of Dam Will Devastate Local Communities
World  (tags: Ethiopia, Kenya, Gibe III, dam construction, devastating, environmental impact assesment, Omo river, Lake Turkana, inflaw of water, affected, critics )

Naoko
- 1732 days ago - ipsnews.net
According to an independent environmental impact assesment (EIA) done by the Africa Resources Working Group (ARWG), a cluster of eight scholars and consultants from the United States, Europe and Eastern Africa, the building of Gibe III upstream of the Omo
TOMORROW!!! "Why We Are Impatient Optimists" Live Webcast!!!
World  (tags: US, One.org, Bono, Bill Gates, Melinda Gates, optimists, impatience, global poverty, global health, Ethiopia, global disease )

K. A.
- 1880 days ago - one.org
Please join ONE.org on Tues, October 27, at 7 PM (EST) for a live online webcast, titled "Living Proof: Why we are Impatient Optimists."...RSVP to watch! Subject: Fighting Global Poverty & Disease!
Ethiopian Troops Cross Deeper Into Somalia: Residents
World  (tags: ethiopia, somalia, africa, violence, world )

Cal
- 2017 days ago - reuters.com
Heavily-armed Ethiopian soldiers crossed into central Somalia on Friday and entered a town controlled by a pro-government militia nearly 30 kms (19 miles) from the border, residents said.
Whistle-Blower on Ethiopia Child Sex Abuse Free
World  (tags: Ethiopia, children abuse, children )

Pami
- 2478 days ago - cnn.com
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) -- A British teacher who was convicted of defamation after a report she made exposed sexual abuse at a children's charity in Ethiopia will not serve time in jail, a court ruled Friday.
Ask Officials in Ethiopia to Release Four Teachers Immediately! - URGENT ACTION
World  (tags: ACTION ALERT, teachers, Ethiopia, HumanRights, 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', world, politics, africa, ethics )

Lauren
- 2667 days ago - amnestyusa.org
Four Ethiopian teachers are being held at Kaliti Prison in the capital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. None of them have committed or been charged with any crime; they are in jail only because they publicly expressed their opinions in a peaceful way.
Famous Fossil Lucy Leaves Ethiopia
World  (tags: fossils, Lucy, hominid, relic, Ethiopia )

Sharon
- 2693 days ago - news.yahoo.com
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia - After 3.2 million years in East Africa, one of the world's most famous set of fossils was quietly flown out of Ethiopia overnight for a U.S. tour that some experts say is a dangerous gamble with an irreplaceable relic.
Oxfam's Action Day: Starbucks Fails to Support Ethiopian Coffee Growers   video
World  (tags: Human rights, Starbucks, Ethiopia )

LucyKalei
- 2880 days ago - youtube.com
While Starbucks charges as much as $26 a pound for Ethiopian specialty coffees, Ethiopian coffee farmers get only 5-10 percent of that price. For this reason, Ethiopia has asked Starbucks to sign a trademark agreement that would give Ethiopia the ability
 

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