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A 31-year-old post-doctorate researcher was killed by a mob in Ethiopia when stones were hurled at her vehicle near Addis Ababa.
Other vehicles were similarly attacked during a wave of protests over the weekend. 55 have died.
Ethiopians have an average IQ of 68; two points below the threshold for retardation.
The U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia on Wednesday said that an American woman was killed on Tuesday when stones were hurled at her vehicle on the outskirts of Addis Ababa.
Residents there have said that crowds have attacked other vehicles since a stampede at a weekend protest killed at least 55 people.
That stampede began when police fired teargas and shots in the air to disperse anti-government demonstrations during a festival in the Oromiya region, south of the capital, which has been a focus for demonstrations by locals who say land has been seized to build factories and housing blocks.
Protests have also increasingly turned to broader issues of political freedom. The death toll from unrest and clashes between police and demonstrators over the past year or more runs into several hundred, according to opposition estimates. The government says such figures are inflated.
Rights group Amnesty International demanded an investigation into how security forces handled the weekend protest that led to the stampede during a popular cultural festival in Oromiya, saying it had documented multiple complaints of police using excessive force against largely peaceful protesters.
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