Ethiopia Stampede Kills at Least 100 as Oromo Protest Dispersed

  • Security forces use tear gas, rubber bullets to control crowd
  • Doctor says none of the bodies had signs of bullet wounds

A protest in Ethiopia turned into a stampede that left at least 100 people drowned or crushed to death as police dispersed a crowd at an annual cultural festival of the Oromo people, the nation’s largest ethnic group, a doctor from Bishoftu Hospital said.

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