Over 3,000 people have been arrested in more than a week of protests following the killing of popular singer and activist Hachalu Hundessa, a hero to many Oromo who saw him as the voice of their marginalisation.
Pop star Hachalu, a member of the Oromo ethnic group, Ethiopia's largest, was shot dead by unknown attackers in Addis Ababa on Monday night, fuelling ethnic tensions.
In Mogadishu, thick smoke billowed over the port area after police Colonel Ahmed Ali said the car bomber detonated near the gates of the motor vehicle imports duty authority headquarters.
At least two people shot dead as soldiers opened fire on mourners in the singer's hometown Ambo as they headed to the service.
Police say 81 people were killed including three Oromia special police force members after protests sparked by assassination of popular singer Haacaaluu Hundeessaa.
Jawar Mohammed is a former media mogul who recently joined the opposition Oromo Federalist Congress and has a large support base in Ethiopia's Oromia region.
Hachalu Hundessa, famed for his political songs, came to be seen as a voice for the Oromo people during years of anti-government protest that swept Abiy to power in 2018.
Opposition leader Chakwera has been pronounced the winner with 2.6 million votes, while incumbent president Mutharika has taken 1.75 million and underdog candidate Kuwani over 32,400.
Appointments come a day after three people were killed in a suicide attack at near Turkish military base in the capital Mogadishu.
The judiciary cancelled President Peter Mutharika's narrow win in February over "systematic and grave" irregularities. Mutharika, who has been in power since 2014, called the ruling a "coup".
India's army and foreign ministry have said both sides suffered casualties after their troops fought, even as the two countries were trying to resolve a weeks-long border stand-off. Here are the key details:
Paris appeals court approves transfer of Rwandan genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga to a UN body to be tried in Tanzania. Kabuga, once one of Rwanda's richest men, was indicted by a tribunal in 1997 on seven counts, including genocide.
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