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At least 150 people reported killed in attack in Ethiopia

By France24
10 September 2021   |   4:13 pm
(Reuters) -Gunmen killed at least 150 people last week in western Ethiopia, the state-appointed Ethiopian Human Rights Commission said on Thursday, in what it described as an attack by an armed group on civilians.

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