Ten people have been killed over the past few days in violent clashes in the western Ethiopian region of Benishangul-Gumuz.
Two people have been killed in Ethiopia after a grenade attack during a rally attended by new prime minister Abiy Ahmed, which injured more than 150 others.
Ethiopia’s prime minister Abiy Ahmed has publicly accused the country’s security forces of committing “terrorist acts” against citizens.
Ethiopia’s new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, faces one of the most difficult challenges among East Africa’s leaders. He assumed office in early April, following the resignation of Hailemariam Desalegn, who admitted his failure in dealing with Ethiopia’s simmering political crisis.
Ethiopia’s government has opened talks with exiled opposition group, the Oromo Democratic Front (ODF).
Ethiopia’s prime minister has vowed to reform the country’s national security laws following years of violent protests.
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