Top Ethiopia activist jabs rights chief, lists 'red lines' for president
[Africanews - Africa] - 2/11/2019
Jawar Mohammed, an influential activist in Ethiopia has taken a swipe at the country’s human rights chief and sent a word of caution to the president to prove her impartiality. In Facebook posts published on Saturday (November 2), Jawar accused Daniel Bekele of impartiality, referencing a tweet (...)... Article published by "Africanews" (Africa), read the rest of the news
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