Ethiopia drops ten places to 137th in Press Freedom

From nazret.com Wed Jan 30 2013, 19:43:29

Ethiopia drops ten places to 137th in Press Freedom Ethiopia (137th) fell ten places because of its repressive application of the 2009 anti-terrorist law and the continued detention of several local journalists. EAST AFRICA STAGNATES NEAR BOTTOM OF...

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