In a report it submitted to the African Union (AU), the World Peace Foundation (WPF) suggested the African block should return to its basic and founding principles including ensuring collective security and constitutional democracy.
Ethiopia has refrained from voting on the United Nations online freedom resolution, which reaffirms internet access as a human right and condemns any country which disrupts internet access of citizens in violation of this international human right.
Residents of Gondar and Debark towns of the Amhara Regional State clashed with government security forces for three days (July 12-13) causing at least six people to lose their lives and incur damage of property.
Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, paid an official state visit to Ethiopia in an attempt to strengthen the relationship between the two countries. Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn and the visiting Israeli Prime Minister discussed bilateral and regional issues.
Ethiopia has revealed its readiness for a hard-hitting measure to enforce peace in South Sudan days after an Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) communiqué demanded revisions on the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) to establish an intervention brigade.
The Human Right Council (HRC), the only non-governmental human rights activist group in Ethiopia, in its latest statement, has condemned the recent measures taken by the Addis Ababa City Administration to demolish what it (the city) called illegal houses and settlements in different sub cities across the capital on basis that the measure has violated the basic human rights of citizens.