Members of Atlanta's Ethiopian community are watching the recent political unrest in their home country with concern.
Hundreds have been killed in a wave of anti-government protests in Ethiopia. It led the Ethiopian government to issue a six-month state of emergency over the weekend.
"It is a very scary situation, let me put it that way,” said Tekla Tessema, who left Ethiopia 30 years ago.
Tessema now lives in metro Atlanta, which has one of the largest populations of Ethiopian immigrants in the U.S., according to the Migration Policy Institute......See More
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