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Human Rights Watch (HRW) have added their voice to calls especially by the Office of the United Nations (UN) Commissioner on Human Rights, for an independent inquiry into deaths at an Ethiopian festival last week. The Irreecha festival turned chaotic and led to death of over 50 people. The incident according to government was cause by anti-peace groups. But opposition insists it was as a result of police having fired tear gas on peaceful celebrants. “The world should be carefully watching what is happening in Ethiopia,” said Felix Horne, senior Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch. “As more and more people are killed in protests this year, the government should urgently change course to prevent more bloodshed.” displayAdvert("mpu_3") The government has a history of resisting outside scrutiny of its rights record. Access has been requested by 11 special procedures of the UN HRC since 2007, and all were refused except for the special rapporteur on Eritrea. HRW said it was important for the Ethiopian government to allow an independent, international investigation to determine how scores of people were killed on October 2, 2016. The rights group, expressed its concerns in a question-and-answer document about the issue. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights late
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