Ethiopia's bereaved families seek justice

Bereaved families in Ethiopia are demanding justice for 650 anti-government protesters who were killed last year.

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    Bereaved families in Ethiopia are demanding justice for 650 anti-government protesters who were killed last year.

    They were from the largest ethnic group, the Oromo, and died during a government crackdown on dissent.

    Despite repeated government promises that security forces responsible for civilian deaths will be punished, no one has been charged.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Addis Ababa.


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