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Reports from the Ethiopian town of Moyale indicates that intense ethnic-based clashes have claimed lives and forced residents to flee into Kenya. According to the BBC’s correspondent in the country, residents on the Kenyan side of Moyale reported hearing gunshots since early Sunday morning. Emmanuel Igunza said all his sources in the area said the face off was between the Oromo and Garre ethnic groups. It is not known as yet what may have led to the incident. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Reports of heavy casualties in #Moyale #Ethiopia after a day of intense fighting. Residents say several people feared dead. More refugees fleeing the fighting crossing into #Kenya— emmanuel Igunza (@EmmanuelIgunza) May 6, 2018 Moyale, a border town with Kenya made news headlines in March 2018 after a botched military operation meant to intercept anti-government elements led to the death of nine people. That event forced 5,000 plus refugees to flee to the Kenyan side. Ethiopia government said the officer responsible had been detained and dispatched a team to probe the killings. A report of its findings has yet to be made public. PM Abiy Ahmed, the first ethnic Oromo to become premier, who took over from Hailemariam Desalegn, is tasked with political reforms" />
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"When we search for the land and just like at home, we say that the country is a clean city and we take whatever we can to make the country clean and green." (This means we will have to take someone to plant a crop in another place ... election campaigns say children are collecting their country as a people ) ... The other thing that you should do is to move out of the world, you have to own a part of your premises and you can not be the chairman of the kebele ... This is a place where you have to be green. It does not PM says. We will build our house they remarry Green Area Green Area ch’efich’ifeni vineyards are green. "Comedian answered Borna

Reports from the Ethiopian town of Moyale indicates that intense ethnic-based clashes have claimed lives and forced residents to flee into Kenya. According to the BBC’s correspondent in the country, residents on the Kenyan side of Moyale reported hearing gunshots since early Sunday morning. Emmanuel Igunza said all his sources in the area said the face off was between the Oromo and Garre ethnic groups. It is not known as yet what may have led to the incident. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Reports of heavy casualties in #Moyale #Ethiopia after a day of intense fighting. Residents say several people feared dead. More refugees fleeing the fighting crossing into #Kenya— emmanuel Igunza (@EmmanuelIgunza) May 6, 2018 Moyale, a border town with Kenya made news headlines in March 2018 after a botched military operation meant to intercept anti-government elements led to the death of nine people. That event forced 5,000 plus refugees to flee to the Kenyan side. Ethiopia government said the officer responsible had been detained and dispatched a team to probe the killings. A report of its findings has yet to be made public. PM Abiy Ahmed, the first ethnic Oromo to become premier, who took over from Hailemariam Desalegn, is tasked with political reforms
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