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ጠ/ሚንስትር አብይ በኢንጅነር ስመኘው ሞት የተሰማቸውን ጥልቅ ሀዘን ገለፁ

Anti-government protesters have remobilised in the northern Ethiopian city of Bahir Dar on Sunday to continue the nationwide demonstration that was marked by violence on Saturday in the capital Addis Ababa and the northern regions of Amhara and Oromia. There are reports of heavy gunfire in the city which is also the capital of the Amhara region. Ethiopia: Heavy gunfire in Bahir Dar, during anti-government protest https://t.co/huBNt6xADO #Ethiopia displayAdvert("mpu_3") — ECADF Ethiopian News (@ECADF) August 7, 2016 At least seven people were killed during Saturday’s clashes with the police in the Oromia region while dozens of protesters calling for a regime change in Ethiopia have been arrested, AFP reports. Erupting in the capital for the first time, hundreds of chanting protesters tried to access the historic Meskel square in downtown Addis Ababa resulting in violence as police tried to stop them. Video images showed police beat up the protesters while dozens were arrested. Welcome to Ethiopia! Thirteen months of police brutality. Land of agony and muzzling . #Ethiopia-protest pic.twitter.com/S450OaRAh0— Habtamu Seyoum Mesel (@habtamu4seyoum) August 6, 2016 The actual number of casualties nationwide cannot be confirmed due to the cut in internet connectivity in most parts
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