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Extradition agreement with Sudan tabled before legislators

The Federal Attorney General, formerly the Ministry of Justice, has presented a bill that amends an extradition agreement between Ethiopia and its neighbor Sudan, which was signed back in 1972, before the Houses of People’s Representatives (HPR) on Tuesday.

Human rights in Ethiopia: a lot to be desired

Almost two decades after the introduction of the FDRE Constitution, Ethiopia introduced the National Human Rights Action Plan which aimed at increasing the applicability of the human and democratic rights enshrined in the supreme law of the land.

House approves cyber crime law

The House of People’s Representatives (HPR) on Tuesday approved the Computer Crime Proclamation bill which aims to regulate and protect against cybercrimes and to protect the rights of individuals.

Has Eritrea's migration problem been exaggerated?

The migration crisis in Europe has thrust Eritrea under the spotlight. Last year, more people fled to Europe from this small, secretive nation than from any other African country. The BBC's Mary Harper has gained rare access.

UK expresses satisfaction with Andargachew’s condition

British Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, who visited Ethiopia on Wednesday, said on a press release that he is satisfied with the condition of Andargachew Tsige, a British national and secretary general of Ginbot 7, a group labeled as a terrorist organization by the House of People’s Representatives (HPR), and is currently under custody in Ethiopia since July 2014.