Ethiopia Growth Clashes With Politics as Oromo Protests RiseBy
More than 50 people killed while demonstrating, activists say
Unrest shows conflict of authoritarian plans, ethnic rights
Ethiopia’s rapid economic growth needs a burgeoning capital and less dependence on traditional farming. That’s pitting the government against members of its largest ethnic group, more than 50 of whom have allegedly been killed in protests in the past month.
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