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Foreign Governments Must Be Held Accountable for Wiretapping Americans in the U.S.Washington, D.C. – On Thursday, February 2, at 9:30 am, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the law firms of Jones Day and Robins Kaplan will urge an appeals court to let an American continue his suit against the…
Ethiopia is planning to release 11,352 inmates arrested under the country's state of emergency law, Defence Minister Siraj Fegessa said Wednesday. The detainees, who were arrested since the government declared a state of emergency in October, will be freed on Thursday, state-affiliated broadcaster Fana quoted Fegessa as saying. The state…
On the 10th anniversary of its attempted invasion and occupation of Somalia in 2006, Ethiopia has moved to directly and openly dictate who should be elected the next President of Somalia. The Centre for Dialogue, Research, and Cooperation (CDRC), an Ethiopia-based organisation, published what it called an analysis of the…
Dr Merera Gudina, leading opposition figure in Ethiopia and Chairman of the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC), has been denied bail by a court. Gudina is facing terrorism charges by the government which accuses him of meeting anti-government elements during a European tour last year. The privately run Addis Standard news…

A New Bill to Control Alcohol, Tobacco

Written by Wednesday, 25 January 2017 17:07
A new bill that prohibits alcohol producers, importers and distributors to directly or indirectly sponsor any public holidays, trade fairs as well as any events is being introduced by the Federal Food, Medicines & Health care Administration & Control Authority (FMHACA). Unlike the existing proclamation, the new bill will introduce…
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