Oduu Haaraya

28 killed and over 2,500 arrested after Addis clashes

At least 28 people were killed and over 2,500 youths arrested in the capital Addis Ababa following latest flare-ups in Ethiopia, official confirmed.

The Addis Ababa Police Commissioner, Maj Gen Degife Badi, Monday indicated that the deaths arose from the clashes between the youth from Addis Ababa and those from the neighbouring Oromia.

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