ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — One thousand people have been arrested this month after violence linked to protests led to the burning of factories and vehicles, the mayor of a town just outside Ethiopia’s capital said Tuesday.
This East African country declared a state of emergency this month after nearly a year of sometimes deadly anti-government protests demanding wider freedoms. More than 800 protesters have been killed, Amnesty International said Tuesday......See More
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