Ethiopia Should Lift Internet Shutdown in Oromia - Rights Group
Since January 3, 2020, Ethiopian authorities have disconnected mobile phone networks, landlines, and internet services in the Oromia region. The shutdown has prevented families from communicating, disrupted life-saving services, and contributed to an information blackout during government counter-insurgency operations in the area, Human Rights Watch says.
Communications Shutdown Takes Heavy Toll
HRW, 9 March 2020
The Ethiopian government should immediately lift the shutdown of internet and phone communications in the Oromia region. The two-month-long shutdown has prevented families from… Read more »
The Oromia region in Ethiopia.
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