Political uncertainty threatens Ethiopia as fresh clashes intensify between ethnic groups social media shutdown in Ethiopia amid fresh protests.
Over a dozen civilians reportedly killed by government force and many wounded across Oromia and in parts of Amhara regions. The renewed protests prompted shutdown of social media.

Ethiopia faces a social media blackout as clashes intensify between ethnic groups in various parts of the country. Facebook and Twitter are down Tuesday after reports emerged of killings on Monday by security forces in the Oromia region.

Oromia regional spokesman Addisu Arega said the violence in Chelenqo town killed six people and was being investigated. On Facebook he called the victims “innocent civilians.”

The Addis Standard news site reported 15 killed, including women and children. The Associated Press was not able to independently verify the reports.

 

 

 

 

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