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Foreigners Shutting Down their Businesses in Ethiopia

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By making peaceful and democratic change impossible, the Ethiopian regime makes violent revolution in the country almost inevitable. In recent days, anti-government protesters are escalating attacks on foreign investors as anger grows over the regime’s crackdown in Oromia and Amhara regions.

By AFP,

Anti-government protesters in Ethiopia have turned their anger on foreigners, torching tourist resorts and foreign-owned factories in the restive Oromia region, local media reported Friday.

At least 11 companies, including textile and plastic factories, were torched in recent days in the town of Sebeta as well as about 60 vehicles, according to Fana, a state-controlled broadcaster, which blamed “anti-peace forces” for the attacks. Continue reading Foreigners Shutting Down their Businesses in Ethiopia