The Slow Death of Civilian Govt in Ethiopia

Following last year's protests, which shook almost two-thirds of the country and claimed the lives of hundreds of Ethiopians, the Government called in the military to control spiralling anti-government agitation, writes the Addis Standard newspaper in Addis Abeba.



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Troops of the Ethiopian army (file photo).