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Passengers on 11-hour flight from London shocked where they ended up

NewstalkZB 02 Jul 2024
The first deadly crash happened on October 29, 2018 when a plane departed from Jakarta, Indonesia, and the second occurred on March 10, 2019 when a flight took off from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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French journalist Antoine Galindo detained in Ethiopia

CPJ 26 Feb 2024
... security forces in civilian clothing in the capital, Addis Ababa, his publisher Indigo Publications said in a statement and his lawyer, who works for the firm Tameru Wondm Agegnehu, told CPJ by phone.
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Ethiopia: Authorities must grant independent investigators, media unfettered access to Amhara region to probe violations ...

Amnesty 18 Aug 2023
Lawyers and family members of individuals detained in Addis Ababa told Amnesty International that detainees were being denied the right to access to court and legal counsel ... 135 km from Addis Ababa.
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26 die in airstrike on town square in Ethiopia

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 15 Aug 2023
Two lawyers said the emergency measures also appear to be in effect in the capital, Addis Ababa, where suspects are being held at police stations, schools and other makeshift detention centers after being swept off the streets.
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Ethiopia risks sliding into another civil war

Economist 15 Aug 2023
The sight of tanks rolling through towns as armed drones circle in the sky was supposed to be history ... Lawyers and activists estimate that hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Amharas have been detained in Addis Ababa, the national capital, in recent days.
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Lawyers and witnesses say Ethiopian police have arrested hundreds during state of emergency

Wtop 14 Aug 2023
Two lawyers said the emergency measures also appear to be in effect in the capital, Addis Ababa, where suspects are being held at police stations, schools and other makeshift detention centers after being swept off the streets.
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Ethiopian airstrike on a town square in the restive Amhara region kills 26, health official says

North Shore News 14 Aug 2023
Two lawyers said the emergency measures also appear to be in effect in the capital, Addis Ababa, where suspects are being held at police stations, schools and other makeshift detention centers after being swept off the streets.
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Ethiopian airstrike on town square kills 26, health official says

Castanet 14 Aug 2023
Two lawyers said the emergency measures also appear to be in effect in the capital, Addis Ababa, where suspects are being held at police stations, schools and other makeshift detention centers after being swept off the streets.
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Parents of Ethiopia Boeing crash victims seek unlawful killing verdict

The Times/The Sunday Times 10 Jul 2023
The inquest will begin today in Horsham, West Sussex, and the families’ lawyers will be ... Flight ET 302 from Addis Ababa to Nairobi, Kenya, crashed shortly after take-off because of a design flaw.
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Families of Britons killed in 2019 Boeing 737 Max crash in Ethiopia fight for unlawful ...

The Daily Mail 09 Jul 2023
British humanitarian workers Sam Pegram, 25, and Oliver Vick, 45, and sustainability campaigner Joanna Toole, 36, were among 157 passengers who died in March 2019 after the airliner crashed outside the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
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Ethiopian Airlines faces legal case over claims it blocks Tigrayans from travel

The Observer 31 May 2023
The suit brought by Human Rights First, a local NGO, claims the airline is preventing “Tigrayans aged 15 to 60” from buying tickets for flights from the northern Tigray region to Addis Ababa, the federal capital.
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The African Union Agenda 2063

B & FT Online 25 May 2023
In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – the birthplace of the OAU and now its promulgator into the next fifty years ... The author is the 2013 Mo Ibrahim African Leadership Fellow and served with the UNECA in Addis Ababa.
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Ethiopia: Government should respect the right to peaceful protest and immediately release detained media staff.

Amnesty 17 Apr 2023
... national capital, Addis Ababa ... In the meantime, lawyers representing many of the detained people in Addis Ababa said the questions put to the detainees during interrogation are ethnically motivated.
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From the wheelchair-using Black Panther to the ‘cripple suffragette’ – 10 heroes of the disabled rights movement

The Observer 09 Dec 2022
Rosa May Billinghurst ... Alamy ... Yetnebersh Nigussie is an Ethiopian lawyer and leading disability rights activist. Her advocacy career began while she was a student at Addis Ababa University, where she led student committees on Aids and on women’s rights.
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Ethiopian authorities detain journalists Gobeze Sisay and Meaza Mohammed

CPJ 12 Sep 2022
... broadcaster The Voice of Amhara, from his home in the capital, Addis Ababa, according to news reports, his brother Kedir Sisay, and one of his lawyers, Henok Aklilu, who both spoke to CPJ by phone.

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