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"At the Olympic marathon finish line in Rio on Sunday, Feyisa Lilesa from Ethiopia staged a protest that he says could get him arrested or killed back home. The 26-year-old runner crossed his wrists and held his arms over his head as he approached the crossing line as he came in second. It was a...", qz.com
"Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa held his arms over his head, wrists crossed, as he finished second at the Olympic marathon on Sunday in a gesture of support for members of his Oromo tribe who have been protesting at government plans to reallocate farmland. Plans to allocate land surrounding the capital for development prompted fierce demonstrations in November and spread for months, in the country's worst unrest in more than a decade. Ethiopia has long been one of the world's poorest nations but has industrialized rapidly in the past decade. However, reallocating land is a thorny issue for Ethiopians, many of whom are subsistence farmers. Authorities scrapped the scheme in January, but protests flared again this month over the continued detention of opposition demonstrators. Rights groups say hundreds have been killed. The government disputes the figures and says illegal protests by 'anti-peace forces' have been brought under control. 'Oromo is my", nypost.com
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