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Singer's murder sparks Ethiopian unrest

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Singer's murder sparks Ethiopian unrest

Singer's murder sparks Ethiopian unrest

Thousands took to the streets of Addis Ababa on Tuesday to escort the body a popular protest singer to his home town.

David Doyle reports.

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