Rights Group: Ethiopian Attacks on Ethnic Minority Group

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A report by the international group Human Rights Watch claims Ethiopian troops have murdered, raped and tortured hundreds of people from a particular ethnic group over the last two years. NPR's Alex Chadwick speaks with Chris Albin-Lackey, author of the report, about the involvement of Ethiopian troops and civilians in attacks on the Anuak people.

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