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Toll from Ethiopia bloodshed at least 58 - Rappler

The cited figure is more than double government estimates, and could be as high as 65, according to another source ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – At least 58 people were killed during a weekend of ethnic violence in Ethiopia’s capital, an...

Kefyalew Teferra – The Man who Lost His Legs in Prison - EHRP

Kefyalew Teferra – The Man who Lost His Legs in Prison ETHIOPIA HUMAN RIGHTS PROJECT Written by:- Belay Manaye Translated by:- Befekadu Hailu Kefyalew Teferra Deresse is a 33 years old man who was born in Horro Guduru. He now lives...

Famed Ethiopian artiste donates $36,000 to victims of Burayu violence - africanews

Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban Teddy Afro a famed Ethiopian musician has donated one million birr (about $36,000) to victims of recent violence, according to the Ethiopian reporter news outlet. Violence in the town of Burayu located on the outskirts...

ESAT Special: Activist Tamagne Beyene visits people displaced from Burayo.

Ethiopia: Police must face immediate investigation after five protesters shot dead - Amnesty

Ethiopia: Police must face immediate investigation after five protesters shot dead Amnesty Press Release Amnesty International today called on the Ethiopian authorities to thoroughly and effectively investigate the violent dispersal of demonstrators...

Ethiopia: Thousands protest after deadly ethnic violence - AL JAZEERA

At least 200 people have been arrested by police in connection with the violence over the weekend that saw 23 killed. Thousands of people have taken to the streets of the Ethiopian capital to express their anger after a weekend of deadly ethnically...

At least 23 die in weekend of Ethiopia ethnic violence - Reuters

Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – At least 23 people were killed in a weekend of violence targeting minorities in Ethiopia’s ethnic Oromo heartland near the capital Addis Ababa, police said, a blow to new reformist Prime...

Ethiopia's Progress Warrants Support, US Lawmaker Says - VOA

After leading a congressional fact-finding trip to Ethiopia, U.S. Rep. Christopher Smith said he’s convinced the Horn of Africa country is making rapid progress toward democracy, thanks to new leadership. “Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed...