Ethiopia factors finger at opposition, ‘exterior forces’ amid unrest

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By TESFA-ALEM TEKLE

The Ethiopian authorities has pointed the finger at unnamed exterior forces and native opposition figures because it seeks to renew normalcy following protests that paralysed transport and led to closure of companies throughout the nation. 

The State reckons that a number of gamers, together with Egypt with whom it’s entangled in a row over the Grand Renaissance Dam, could have had a hand in fanning current unrest.

On Thursday, police clashed with mourners through the burial of fashionable Oromo musician Hachalu Hundessa. 

He was buried in Ambo, west of the capital Addis Ababa. 

Protests sparked by his loss of life broke out on Tuesday in Addis Ababa, simply hours after the artiste was shot lifeless.

Within the days following the incident, 87 individuals — together with 4 law enforcement officials — have been killed.

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A number of journalists from Oromia Media Community, owned by a neighborhood politician who was arrested on Thursday, had been additionally held by police.

Regardless of these occasions, Addis Mayor Takele Uma has urged individuals to renew work immediately (Friday). 

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