Ethiopia lifts some state of emergency restrictions
Minister Siraj Fegessa ended powers granted to security services to stop and search suspects and to search homes without court authorisation.
Siraj, who chairs the government body overseeing the state of emergency, also revoked a dusk-to-dawn curfew on access to economic installations, some infrastructure and factories for unauthorised people.
"These measures were lifted because it is our belief that ordinary security arrangements are sufficient enough to maintain calm," the state-run Ethiopian News Agency quoted Siraj as saying in a news conference for local journalists.
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