Ethiopia's Regional Violence Leaves Deep Wounds

The ongoing conflict between the Oromo and Somali - the two largest regions in the country - has resulted in one of country's largest internal displacements due to violence in recent times. More than 50,000 Oromo have been evicted from the Somali region and there are fatalities reported on both sides.

  • Ethiopia:   Violence Leaves Deep Wounds

    Deutsche Welle, 5 December 2017

    Ethiopia has experienced one of its worst population displacements due to violence in recent times. Now stuck in camps, displaced Ethiopians are trying to come to terms with what… Read more »

An Ethiopian woman shows the injury she suffered.

Displaced Oromo looked for shelter in an industrial warehouse.

The Somali woman in the wheelchair pretended to be dead to escape the violence.

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