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FPAA Statement on the revocation of press credentials of Simon Marks by Ethiopia’s Government

We regret the decision made by Ethiopia to revoke press credentials of Simon Marks, a seasoned journalist working for the New York Times.

  • FPAA-Editor
  • May 14, 2021

FPAA Statement on the arrest of journalists working for international media in Ethiopia

The FPAA is dismayed by the arbitrary arrest and detention of Girmay Gebru, a BBC Tigrinyan reporter, Fitsum Berhane of the AFP, Alula Akalu, a fixer for the Financial Times together with Tamrat Yemane, who also works as a fixer. The four were arrested in the regional capital, Mekelle.

  • FPAA-Editor
  • May 2, 2021

FPAA Statement on the police brutality meted out on Mariel Mueller, A DW Journalist in Nairobi, Kenya

The Foreign Press Association, Africa strongly condemns the errant behavior of a Kenyan police officer who deliberately fired a teargas canister that hit and injured our member and colleague Mariel Mueller, while covering protests in Nairobi.

  • FPAA-Editor
  • May 1, 2021