Ethiopia limits foreign diplomats' movements

New restrictions are part of a six-month state of emergency declared by the government eight days ago.


Ethiopia denies 'extreme' police violence at protests

PM Hailemariam's comments come as Germany's Merkel visits troubled country and urges an opening of political space.

Inside Story

What's fuelling protests in Ethiopia?

A state of emergency has been imposed and the government accuses foreign forces of instigating unrest.


Ethiopia blames 'foreign enemies' for stoking unrest

A day after announcing state of emergency, government alleges protests driven by foreign agents from Eritrea and Egypt.


Ethiopia declares state of emergency over protests

Government declares a state of emergency effective immediately following violence and unrest in Oromia region.


Ethiopia arrests blogger who criticised government

World's third worst jailer of journalists detains notable critic after days of deadly protests in Oromia and Amhara.


Ethiopia: Unrest continues a day after deadly stampede

Violence erupts again during protests after 52 people were crushed to death when police fired tear gas at a festival.


Ethiopia declares official mourning after stampede

Protests continue in Oromia after 52 people killed in a stampede after police fired tear gas and warning shots.


Dozens killed in Ethiopia stampede after tear gas fired

Deaths of at least 52 people blamed on police action against protesters during Oromia religious festival in Bishoftu.


Marathoner 'preoccupied by Oromo suffering'

Feyisa Lilesa, who won silver for Ethiopia at Olympic Games in Rio, wants "superiority of one ethnic group to end".


Fire at Ethiopia prison 'leaves 23 dead'

State-controlled broadcaster says 23 people killed in blaze at Adis Ababa jail housing opposition figures.


Ethiopia protests: Fire and gunshots reported at jail

Media and activists report gunfire and blaze at jail where politicians are held, as anti-government protests continue.


Ethiopia protests: Opposition wants prisoners freed

As demonstrations continue, opposition tells Al Jazeera that jailed protesters of all backgrounds should be released.


'Foreign firms attacked' as Ethiopia protests continue

Horn of Africa nation has seen months of protests during which rights groups say security forces have killed hundreds.

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