- Oromo protests: Ethiopia apologises for deaths but vows crackdown on 'anti
- Oromo people speak Afaan Oromoo, as well as Amharic, Tigrinya, Gurange and Omotic languages. They are mainly Christian and Muslim, while only 3% still follow the traditional religion based on the worshipping of the god, Waaq. In 1973, Ethiopian Oromo ...
- First DNA extracted from an ancient African skeleton shows widespread mixing
- Africa is the birthplace of our species and the source of ancient migrations that spanned the globe. But it has missed out on a revolution in understanding human origins: the study of ancient DNA. Although researchers have managed to sequence the ...
- USFSP Researchers Make Groundbreaking Discovery; Science Publishes
- The Omotic languages are linguistically the most divergent of the Afroasiatic language phylum, suggesting that Omotic speakers may have lived in southwestern Ethiopia for a long and sustained period of time.
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