Nairobi —  Clashes between people belonging to Ethiopia's two largest ethnic groups, the Oromo and Amhara, have killed at least 18 people, local officials said on Monday, the latest outbreak of violence ahead of national elections in June.

In response to the violence, Ethiopia has declared a state of emergency in the southern part of Amhara regional state, reports said...

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