Ethiopians protest against the government in 2017 during the annual Oromo festival to celebrate the end of the rainy season. The Ethiopian religious festival transformed into a rare moment of open defiance. The Oromo people, Ethiopia's largest ethnic group, began months of anti-government protests in late 2015.
For decades, larger ethnic groups have been trying to pry control of the government away from the Tigrayans, who make up only 6 percent of the population....
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