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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 ...
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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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