Ethiopia declared three days mourning for victims of extremist state violence 


April 20,ETHIOPIA:Ethiopia has proclaimed three days of sorrow after the killing by the Extremist State (IS) of more than 20 Ethiopian Christians in Libya.The Libyan branch of IS on Sunday discharged a feature demonstrating one gathering of men being slaughtering on a shoreline and another gathering being shot in a desert.Ethiopia’s administration has now affirmed that the individuals demonstrated being slaughtered were Ethiopian vagrant laborers.IS and other Extremist groups are introduce in a few Libyan towns.Ethiopians have taken to online networking to express their stun, indignation and sadness taking after the killings, reports the BBC’s Anne Soy.The nation’s parliament is relied upon to hold a crisis session.The African Union, the European Union and the US have additionally communicated their solidarity with Ethiopia.The video is like past ones posted by IS, including the decapitating of 21 Egyptian Christians in February.The most recent killings seem to have occurred in two districts of Libya – in the south and the east, the BBC’s North African journalist Rana Jawad reports.Libya has been torn by a common clash since a year ago, our journalist says.It has not had a stable government since long-term pioneer Muammar Gaddafi was toppled in 2011.

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