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Ethiopian authorities calls on Addis residents to take up arms

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Ethiopian authorities have called on residents of Addis Ababa to mount an armed defence of their residential areas. Firearms need to be registered with police within the next two days, a senior city official, Kenea Yadeta, said on Tuesday, adding that all parts of Ethiopian society were called upon to cooperate. In the past few days, the military was forced to withdraw from important cities in the Amhara region, which borders the capital, in the conflict with rebels of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF). Together with rebels from the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA), the TPLF was able to g…

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