AFEX calls on Ethiopian government to uphold freedom of expression rights

[IFEX] - 12/03/2018

The African Freedom of Expression Exchange (AFEX) denounces the recent killing of protesters by security agents and calls on the authorities to ensure that citizens' lives and rights are protected at all times.


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