Lemma Megersa speaks about Amhara Region coup d’etat

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Trucks and machinery belonging to the Dangote group was attacked by protesters in Ethiopia’s Oromia region. The attacks followed a deadly stampede at a festival over the weekend. The attack which took place in the town of Ada Berga targeted the cement factory owned by Africa’s richest man Nigerian Aliko Dangote. The state owned Fana Broadcasting Corporate said, the Oromia Regional State had earlier reported that lives were lost and property damaged in some areas of the state, apparently in reprisal to the incident over the weekend. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Local media added that a court building and government-owned vehicles were also torched. #Ethiopia: Lives lost, properties damaged in violence in some areas of Oromia: Regional State https://t.co/VtLIrEll4B pic.twitter.com/2hn3QrKteY— FANA BROADCASTING C (@FBCRadioandTV) October 4, 2016 Ethiopia’s Oromia region continues to witness protests after Sunday’s Irrecha thanksgiving festival by natives was reportedly dispersed by the security forces. The ensuing stampede led to deaths of at least 55 people. The government denies claims by activists that security forces opened fire at the festival, causing the stampede.  Among the thousands of festival participants, a number of them marched chanting anti-government slogans and their arms" />
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"Their brothers who were working together were so horrible, they did not have defense, and the defense of the people of Ethiopia, not of any tribe or of any nation, the security of the enemy, in times of crisis, it is sure to be beyond the borders. "We have no rights in any country," said Alem a Mengesha, Defense Minister, Amb. Mekonnen, Ato Wade Wade, General Veteran, Major General Geza Aria, declaration

Trucks and machinery belonging to the Dangote group was attacked by protesters in Ethiopia’s Oromia region. The attacks followed a deadly stampede at a festival over the weekend. The attack which took place in the town of Ada Berga targeted the cement factory owned by Africa’s richest man Nigerian Aliko Dangote. The state owned Fana Broadcasting Corporate said, the Oromia Regional State had earlier reported that lives were lost and property damaged in some areas of the state, apparently in reprisal to the incident over the weekend. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Local media added that a court building and government-owned vehicles were also torched. #Ethiopia: Lives lost, properties damaged in violence in some areas of Oromia: Regional State https://t.co/VtLIrEll4B pic.twitter.com/2hn3QrKteY— FANA BROADCASTING C (@FBCRadioandTV) October 4, 2016 Ethiopia’s Oromia region continues to witness protests after Sunday’s Irrecha thanksgiving festival by natives was reportedly dispersed by the security forces. The ensuing stampede led to deaths of at least 55 people. The government denies claims by activists that security forces opened fire at the festival, causing the stampede.  Among the thousands of festival participants, a number of them marched chanting anti-government slogans and their arms
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