Ethiopian-born Saudi billionaire Mohammed Hussein al-Amoudi has been released from Saudi prison | Ha

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MIDROC GROUP Sheh Mohammed Hussein al-Amoudi has been released because of the release of salaried workers, salary of two months and debt forgiveness.

The Ethiopian government has called for three days of national mourning beginning Monday after several people died during a stampede at a festival in the Oromia region on Sunday. The stampede was sparked by Ethiopia’s special forces who fired teargas and warning shots to disperse protesters at the annual Irreecha thanksgiving festival in the town of Bishoftu. The government blamed “anti-peace forces” for the stampede which they say has claimed 52 lives. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The Oromia regional government said in a statement that the “innocent citizens lost their lives because of the violence instigated by anti-peace forces” while adding that “52 died in the stampede”. The official death toll comes hours after the first official confirmation of the incident in which the government made no mention of the number but blamed rioters for the stampede. Several dead, many injured after crackdown on Oromia protest in Ethiopia | Africanews https://t.co/W3jBDSOzOV— africanews (@africanews) October 3, 2016 “As a result of the chaos, lives were lost and several of the injured were taken to hospital … Those responsible will face justice,” the government communications office stated. The chairperson of the opposition Oromo Federalist Congress, Merera Gudina, told Reuters that at least 50 people were killed
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