UN rights chief urges probe into mass killings in western Ethiopia


The killing of hundreds of people, mostly women and children, by armed attackers in western Ethiopia outraged the UN human rights chief, who on Thursday asked the government to initiate prompt, impartial, and thorough investigations. 

Michelle Bachelet, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said in a statement, “I am horrified by the senseless killing as well as the forced displacement of the local population in the attack on Tole village.”

“I call on…

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