Talks that started on Sunday between Ethiopia's federal & Somali regional state authorities are underway and may lead to an "amicable settlement", a government source told Addis Standard.
This followed the weekend's violence in Jigjiga city, the capital of the Somali regional state in eastern Ethiopia, and other cities and towns in its surrounding that left, according to reports left at least 30 people dead.
Talks Underway After Violence Leaves Trail of Casualties, Destruction
Addis Standard, 6 August 2018
Talks that started on Sunday b/n federal & Somali regional state authorities are underway and may lead to an "amicable settlement", a government source told Addis Standard. The… Read more »
Ethiopia Vows to Restore Law and Order to Restive Eastern Region
Shabelle, 5 August 2018
The Ethiopian Ministry of Defense warned on Saturday it will take measures to restore law and order to Ethiopia Somali regional state located in the eastern part of the country. Read more »
The fed defense force moving into Jigjiga city, the capital of the Ethiopian Somali regional state.
Mobs looted shops and burned down properties in Ethiopia's eastern Somali region, as unrest gained momentum and spread across the province following deployment of soldiers. ... Read more »
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