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The country faced international condemnation over the imprisonment of award-winning journalists Eskinder Nega, Reeyot Alemu, and Woubshet Taye, who were serving heavy terms on vague
les musulmans éthiopiens. Suite à l’incarcération des journalistes-lauréats, Eskinder Nega, Reeyot Alemu et Woubshet Taye, qui purgeaient de lourdes peines d’
for violating prison laws, but did not elaborate, according to news reports. Eskinder Nega, freelance Imprisoned: September 14, 2011 Ethiopian security forces arrested Eskinder, a prominent
is a cornerstone of Africa's development." Ethiopian journalists Reeyot Alemu, Woubshet Taye, Eskinder Nega, Yusuf Getachew, and Solomon Kebede have all been convicted of terrorism offenses.
attention on the high cost being paid by Woubshet and other journalists, Eskinder Nega and Reeyot Alemu, who dare to ask questions and write freely about
Woubshet Taye and his colleagues Reeyot Alemu and Eskinder Nega should be out of prison and working to build the prosperity
and timeless declaration of conscience. That same year, Ethiopia's most prominent dissenter, Eskinder Nega, was born. In January 1981, a year into Sakharov's exile in the
a copy of a letter written from prison by veteran Ethiopian journalist Eskinder Nega to the U.K.'s Independent for its Voices in Danger campaign,
charged numerous journalists under this law, including the veteran journalist and blogger Eskinder Nega, a 2012 recipient of the PEN/Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write Award.
jailers of the press. Among the imprisoned journalists are award-winning columnists Eskinder Nega and Reeyot Alemu, both of whom were targeted under the country's sweeping

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