Anger over 'violent crackdown' at protest in Ethiopia
A plan by the Ethiopian government to expand the capital's administrative control into neighbouring states has sparked months of student protests.
Security forces have been accused of cracking down on demonstrators in the region of Oromia.
The government says 17 people died in the violence, but human rights groups say that number is much higher.
The BBC's Emmanuel Igunza has gained rare access to the town of Ambo where the protests took place.
28 Jul 2014
- From the section Africa