Ethiopia: Violence Erupts In Gambella
Attacks on the Saudi-owned rice plantation in southwestern Ethiopia left five people dead on April 28, 2012, including one Pakistani worker and four Ethiopians, with at least another eight people injured.
The attack took place about three miles from the headquarters of Saudi Star, an agriculture company owned by Ethiopian-born Saudi billionaire Mohammed Al-Amoudi.
The government has stated that "anti-peace" elements were responsible for...
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