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  • Ethiopia has suffered days of unrest since the killing of a prominent musician and activist.
    More than 90 people were killed in protests following the death of the ethnic Oromo singer Hachalu Hundessa.
    The 34-year-old was shot dead in Addis Ababa on Monday night.
    Large crowds gathered for his funeral in his hometown of Ambo on Thursday.
    Hachalu’s songs focus on the rights of the Oromo people.
    They became anthems in the wave of anti-government protests between 2015 and 2018.
    On Friday, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed held an emergency meeting over Hachalu’s killing.
    He says the assailants want to trigger civil unrest and de-rail Ethiopia’s democratic reforms.
    So, how will Ethiopia face this crisis?

    Presenter: Sami Zeidan


    Laetitia Bader – Horn of Africa Director at Human Rights Watch.

    Awol Allo – Senior Lecturer in Law at Keele University in the UK.

    David Shinn – A former U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia.
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