Ethiopia slams brutal crackdown on foreign workers in S Arabia



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Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom has condemned a brutal crackdown on foreign workers in Saudi Arabia. Three people– including an Ethiopian national…

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  1. All these people you are reporting on are collapsing their own nations then
    they run away to other nations to leech off of then you complain when
    someone else doesnt want to sink their country into a third world cesspit
    like eithiopia.

  2. The Saudi government did not suppress,
    But correct their status in the Kingdom,
    What happened in Riyadh something very bad from the Ethiopians, the attack
    on the citizens and the police and their cars

  3. Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom has condemned a brutal crackdown
    on foreign workers in Saudi Arabia. Three people– including an Ethiopian
    national– have been killed in the week-long visa crackdown in the kingdom.

    Ethiopia’s top diplomat called the incident unacceptable and demanded the
    Saudi government investigate the issue seriously. Adha-nom said Addis Ababa
    has formally complained to Riyadh and is now working to bring its citizens
    back home. Saudi security forces on Saturday clashed with thousands of
    migrant workers protesting a new labor law. Two people were killed and
    nearly 70 others got injured after police opened fire to disperse
    protesters in a neighborhood, south of the capital Riyadh. More than 500
    protesters were also detained. The crackdown is part of Riyadh’s plans to
    create jobs for Saudi nationals by reducing the number of foreign workers–
    who total some nine million people.

  4. Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom has condemned a brutal crackdown
    on foreign workers in Saudi Arabia. Three people– including an Ethiopian
    national– have been killed in the week-long visa crackdown in the kingdom.

    Ethiopia’s top diplomat called the incident unacceptable and demanded the
    Saudi government investigate the issue seriously. Adha-nom said Addis Ababa
    has formally complained to Riyadh and is now working to bring its citizens
    back home. Saudi security forces on Saturday clashed with thousands of
    migrant workers protesting a new labor law. Two people were killed and
    nearly 70 others got injured after police opened fire to disperse
    protesters in a neighborhood, south of the capital Riyadh. More than 500
    protesters were also detained. The crackdown is part of Riyadh’s plans to
    create jobs for Saudi nationals by reducing the number of foreign workers–
    who total some nine million people.

  5. Nothing is expected from Arab in general. They always behave as animals
    because they don’t have mind to think. Their religion makes them like this
    … they learn from quran. Shame!!!

  6. Saudi is a fucked up, backward country. I have no idea why people flock
    there. Had there not been oil that miserable land would have been nothing
    but Camels and desert snakes. Arabs would then die off for mankind’s good.

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