45 Protest Signs and Slogans used in today's protest in different cities of Amhara region

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The national human rights body in Ethiopia has revealed that some 38 inmates currently under detention in connection with a September 2016 prison fire incident have been tortured by the authorities. The Ethiopia Human Rights Commission (EHRC) according to local media portals said the category of torture meted out included pulling out of nails and acts that left the said inmates with scars. The inmates are held at the Ziway and Showa Robit prisons. The government after the incident confirmed the death of 23 patients in the Qilinto prisons deemed to be one of the biggest prison facilities in the country. The state-owned FBC said 21 inmates died as a result of a stampede and suffocation whiles two were killed as they attempted to escape. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Two buildings were damaged by the fire while materials including mattresses, blankets as well as recreational and other facilities used by the inmates were also damaged. A number of inmates and officers were also hospitalized having suffered varied degrees of injuries. In November 2016, a High Court formally charged the 38 inmates for the deadly incident. According to the charges filed by the prosecution, the accused persons cruelly assaulted their colleagues before setting the fire that burnt them and" />
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In the most recent strings of assault against ethnic Amhara, somewhere around 18 individuals were killed in Benihsangul Gumuz locale of Ethiopia in the western piece of the nation on Monday this week. A significant number of them were slaughtered with bolts.

The killings came after ethnic Gumuz and Shinasha propelled sorted out assault and the savagery has been continuing for three days without brief mediation to control it.

Today, occupants of numerous towns in Amhara provincial state took to the road to show against killings and relocation of ethnic Amhara individuals in various pieces of the nation incorporating into Benishangul Gumuz.

In Bahir Dar, inhabitants requested a conclusion to killings of ethnic Amhara and for reclamation of peace by implementing a standard of law. They requested the provincial and Federal dimensions of government to ensure the wellbeing and security of natives.

Too, demonstrators denounced most recent removals of ethnic Amharas in Northern Shoa, Oromo organization inside the region, Raya and Kobo and Benishangul Gumuz locale, among others.

"Stop killings and removal of Amhara," "ADP [Amhara Democratic Party] should change its character, not simply its name," "The constitution is more perilous than lapsed deadly synthetic," are a portion of the trademarks that demonstrators recited in the avenues of Bahir Dar, Amhara local state situate.

 

The national human rights body in Ethiopia has revealed that some 38 inmates currently under detention in connection with a September 2016 prison fire incident have been tortured by the authorities. The Ethiopia Human Rights Commission (EHRC) according to local media portals said the category of torture meted out included pulling out of nails and acts that left the said inmates with scars. The inmates are held at the Ziway and Showa Robit prisons. The government after the incident confirmed the death of 23 patients in the Qilinto prisons deemed to be one of the biggest prison facilities in the country. The state-owned FBC said 21 inmates died as a result of a stampede and suffocation whiles two were killed as they attempted to escape. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Two buildings were damaged by the fire while materials including mattresses, blankets as well as recreational and other facilities used by the inmates were also damaged. A number of inmates and officers were also hospitalized having suffered varied degrees of injuries. In November 2016, a High Court formally charged the 38 inmates for the deadly incident. According to the charges filed by the prosecution, the accused persons cruelly assaulted their colleagues before setting the fire that burnt them and
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