Protesters march in Addis Ababa after Ethiopian singer shot dead | AFP

Ethiopians march in the streets of Addis Ababa following the death of a popular singer from the country’s largest ethnic group. The protests have left at least 81 people dead in the country. Hachalu Hundessa, whose political songs gave voice to the Oromo’s longstanding sense of marginalisation, was shot dead on Monday night. IMAGES of a march in Addis Ababa

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Protesters march in Addis Ababa after Ethiopian singer shot dead | AFP

Ethiopians march in the streets of Addis Ababa following the death of a popular singer from the country’s largest ethnic group. Two days of protests have so far left at least 81 people dead, stoking tensions that threaten to derail the country’s democratic transition. IMAGES

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Ethiopians mourn Boeing MAX crash victims a year on from disaster | AFP

Hundreds of people gather at the site where Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed last March, killing all 157 on board, for a ceremony symbolising the country’s emergence from a year-long period of mourning.

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Ethiopian textiles factory workers spurn the nation’s ‘industrial revolution’ | AFP

By attracting foreign investors through cheap labour, Ethiopia wants to follow China’s example in creating a robust manufacturing sector that can offer badly needed jobs for its young workforce. But despite high unemployment, young Ethiopians are not going along with it, preferring to quit rather than stay in jobs where they feel underpaid and disrespected. N°1OI7PFN°1OO154

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Ethiopian border towns react warily to Prime Minister Abiy’s Nobel | AFP

For many Ethiopans that live close to the country’s border with Eritrea, the news that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed had been awarded the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize has been greeted with skepticism. Some say they have failed to see concrete improvements to the tense situation along the border, with reports of Ethiopians being detained by Eritrean soldiers.

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Ethiopians react to PM Abiy Ahmed’s Nobel Peace Prize win | AFP

Ethiopians in Addis Ababa react to the news that the country’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has been awarded the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. The Nobel Committee said they selected Ahmed “for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea.”

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Ethiopians slowly return home after ethnic violence | AFP

More than a year after his house in southern Ethiopia was razed to the ground, his coffee plantation destroyed and cattle stolen, Teketel Memheru is still too terrified to return home. The 22-year-old is one of hundreds of thousands of people uprooted from their homes by ethnic clashes in a burgeoning domestic crisis the Ethiopian government is battling to contain.

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Thousands join Ethiopia-Eritrea peace run

Thousands of Ethiopians and Eritreans take part in a 10-kilometre reconciliation run, the first joint sporting event since the former bitter foes launched a rapid diplomatic thaw in July. The two countries fought a war from 1998-2000 that left an estimated 80,000 people dead on both sides; the peace run through the Ethiopian capital is capturing the new positive mood after years of “cold war”.

VICE News Daily: Venezuela Deports Colombians in Border Dispute

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Venezuela cracks down in border dispute, Ethiopians face a food shortage, Egypt restores artifacts for its newest museum, and Poland makes a World War II-era discovery.

VENEZUELA
Security Forces Crack Down on Colombia Border
At least one thousand Colombians living in the country have been deported.

ETHIOPIA
UN Warns 4.5 Million People Need Food Aid
Dry conditions have ruined the country’s crop harvests and killed livestock this year.

EGYPT
New Grand Museum Restores Thousands of Artifacts
The center was supposed to have opened years ago, but only the conservation building has been completed.

POLAND
World War II Plane Discovered in Lake
German artillery shelled the Soviet aircraft causing it to crash into the water.

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VICE News Daily: Egypt Approves New Anti-Terrorism Law

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Broad new powers for Egypt’s security forces, Russia’s new tourist destination, Ethiopians flee Yemen, and Bolivia’s unique approach to eradicate coca plants.

EGYPT
President Approves New Anti-Terrorism Law
The new measure sets up fast-track courts and details harsher punishments like the death penalty.

RUSSIA
Putin Encourages Tourism To Crimea
Resorts have booked up this summer despite the road blocks set up by Ukrainian forces.

ETHIOPIA
Workers Return Home From Yemen
About 6,000 migrants have voluntarily left amid threats of kidnapping.

BOLIVIA
Coca Cultivation at Lowest Level in 13 Years
The country provides farmers with wages to prevent replanting instead of using forced eradications.

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VICE News Daily: Malawi Evacuates Citizens Fleeing South African Violence

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: India makes record heroin bust worth nearly $100 million, Malawi is evacuating its citizens fleeing anti-foreigner violence in South Africa, labor unions demand a national strike amid clashes, and mourners grieve the death of 2 Ethiopians killed by the Islamic State.

INDIA
Nearly $100 Million In Heroin Seized
India seized around 500 pounds of heroin worth nearly $100 million in one of the largest busts in the country’s history.

MALAWI
Immigrants Flee South Africa Violence
Six busses arrived from South Africa carrying citizens fleeing violence targeting foreigners.

CHILE
Unions Launch Nationwide Strikes
Workers in Chile created roadblocks and clashed with police after calling for a national day of strikes and demanding the creation of a new minimum wage.

ETHIOPIA
Mourners Hold Wake For 2 Killed In Islamic State Video
Friends and relatives mourned for two Ethiopians shown executed in a recent Islamic State video.

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