ESAT TV Journalist Ermias Legesse On Upcoming EPRDF Meeting

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Saada Youssef, from the Oromo ethnic group, lived without problems for years in the important Somali community in eastern Ethiopia. Until recently, local officials told him to leave. “While we were in the truck, people threw stones at us,” the young woman told AFP, recalling her escape on board a vehicle sent to evacuate inhabitants of the Oromo ethnic group in the neighboring region of Somali. Her expulsion, Saada owes to the distrust that settled between Oromo and Somali, two of the main ethnic groups of Ethiopia, following several weeks of murderous violence in September along the approximately 1,000 km of border between the two regions. displayAdvert("mpu_3") I've saved money there for 20 years and lost everything in one day. Why will I go back? I have nothing left there. The violence is difficult to quantify because of restrictions on access to the most affected areas, but the government in Addis Ababa recently estimated that it had led to several hundred deaths. Saada, 35, found refuge at the end of September in a disused building in Adama, south of Addis Ababa, more than 550 km from Wachale, the eastern locality of the country where she had lived, in the region Somali. These murderous" />
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Saada Youssef, from the Oromo ethnic group, lived without problems for years in the important Somali community in eastern Ethiopia. Until recently, local officials told him to leave. “While we were in the truck, people threw stones at us,” the young woman told AFP, recalling her escape on board a vehicle sent to evacuate inhabitants of the Oromo ethnic group in the neighboring region of Somali. Her expulsion, Saada owes to the distrust that settled between Oromo and Somali, two of the main ethnic groups of Ethiopia, following several weeks of murderous violence in September along the approximately 1,000 km of border between the two regions. displayAdvert("mpu_3") I've saved money there for 20 years and lost everything in one day. Why will I go back? I have nothing left there. The violence is difficult to quantify because of restrictions on access to the most affected areas, but the government in Addis Ababa recently estimated that it had led to several hundred deaths. Saada, 35, found refuge at the end of September in a disused building in Adama, south of Addis Ababa, more than 550 km from Wachale, the eastern locality of the country where she had lived, in the region Somali. These murderous
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