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As uncertainty shrouds the whereabouts of Ethiopian marathon runner Feyisa Lilesa, his family is urging him to stay away from Ethiopia. Ethiopian Olympic medallist seeks asylum after marathon protest https://t.co/VQgRzdKKPg #newspapers #feedly— Marijke van der Lee (@anamafalda1992) August 25, 2016 The athlete made an anti-government protest sign by crossing his hands over his head, a sign used by the Oromo people, as he crossed the finish line of the Rio marathon last Sunday. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Do you really believe what the government is saying? I don't believe so. After the race, Lilesa said he feared for his life if he should return to Ethiopia. The Ethiopian government dismissed his fears saying he would be accorded a hero’s welcome on his return. But the Olympic marathon silver medalist is sticking to his guns not to return home. And it appears he has the blessing of his family to stay wherever he is currently. “Do you really believe what the government is saying?” his mother quizzed the Reuters news agency adding that “I don’t believe so”. She urged him to “stay there” explaining that “I would have liked him to come but what can I do?” Biritu Fulasa said
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