Security Forces Kill Four in Ethiopia
According to state broadcaster at least four people, including one member of the Oromia police force, were killed and eleven others were injured after federal security forces opened fire at a camp sheltering thousands of civilians in Hamaressa.
Addis Standard, 12 February 2018
At least four people, including one member of the Oromia police force, were killed and eleven others were injured on Sunday February 11 after federal security forces opened fire at… Read more »
An injured protester waits for help after several people died during the Irrechaa, the thanks giving festival of the Oromo people in Bishoftu town of Oromia region.
VOA, 12 February 2018
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