ADDIS ABABA, Nov. 7 (Xinhua) – The western Benihangul Gumuz region in Ethiopia announced on Wednesday released some 83 young people arrested during an illegal military training.
The Regional Police Commission found that 11 suspects arrested for controlling illegal juvenile juvenile delinquency were not pardoned because they posed a great threat to the peace and stability of the region, according to a government official Ethiopian News Agency.
Most of the young people who received an illegal army training in the Bush area near the region of Assos are between the ages of 13 and 26, according to the Regional Police Commission.
Individuals trained in training were recruiting local villagers and eventually training them to end civilians and destroy the area.
Illegal armed rebel training is the latest development in the recent wave of violence, mainly due to ethnic differences in the cities of the region.
Last month, local authorities said that a dozen people died in Assasa and its surroundings. Recent theft of unfamiliar ethnic disputes often occurred between local and other ethnic groups living in the area.
The state, located in western Ethiopia near the Sudan border, is hosting the country's largest development project, Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dami, under construction on the Blue Nile River.