Ethiopia has arrested 36
officials from its intelligence services for alleged corruption
and violations of human rights following a survey of many
months, the Advocate General said on Monday.
Bernan Tsegaj said at a press conference in the capital that he was
the investigation took five months and the employees were
was arrested at the weekend.
(Writing by Maggie Fick
Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky)
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