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A British father of three who has been held for 16 months in incommunicado detention in Ethiopia has suggested he may die in prison.
The UK government tried to suppress evidence of human rights abuses in Ethiopia to appease the government there, according to a new investigation by Survival International.
A group of legislators from the US, UK and Europe have demanded the release of a British activist who has been held in a secret Ethiopian prison for over a year.
Experts at the UNHRC have ordered the Ethiopian government to release Andargachew Tsege, a Briton who was abducted in Yemen and rendered to Ethiopia in 2014.
Ethiopia’s detention of a British man in a secret location for the past year is ‘undermining’ the UK’s ‘much valued’ relationship with that country, the Foreign Secretary has said.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond is refusing to request the release of a British citizen who was kidnapped and rendered to Ethiopia over nine months ago, it has emerged.
Survival International has received reports that the smallest and most vulnerable tribe in Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley is starving, as a result of the destruction of their forest and river.
The Foreign Secretary has refused to contact the Ethiopian government to protest its abduction of a UK citizen, despite warnings from her staff that the man may be executed.
Members of a hunter-gatherer tribe are reportedly being hunted down and killed by settlers who are invading their lands in southwest Ethiopia.
The family of a British citizen kidnapped and rendered to Ethiopia in June has called on the British government to secure his release as soon as possible.
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