Key U.S. Africa Ally Faces More Unrest After Scores Killed

  • Ethiopian government seen unlikely to make concessions
  • Demonstrations involved country’s two largest ethnic groups

Ethiopia, a key U.S. ally in the fight against Islamist militants in East Africa, faces the prospect of further unrest after a crackdown on anti-government demonstrations held by its two largest communities over the weekend that Amnesty International said left 97 people dead.

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