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Hachalu Hundessa was the man many Ethiopians credit with composing the soundtrack of a movement. His uptempo pop songs filled with political references gave voice to the marginalized Oromo ethnic group. His recent death has prompted a political flashpoint that highlights the country's simmering ethnic tensions.
In this episode:
Ayantu Ayana, phD student from Ethiopia; Mohammed Adow, Al Jazeera journalist.
More than 160 killed in Ethiopia protests over singer's murder
How Hachalu Hundessa's murder reveals Ethiopia's political divide
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