Some of the 26 people who died during and after Wednesday's protests have now been buried.
A nurse weeps at an Addis Ababa hospital receiving dead and wounded after the crackdown.
Young Ethiopians had gathered for a third day of street protests over alleged election fraud.
Security forces again used batons to control them but at some stage live bullets were fired into the crowd.
Casualties streamed into city hospitals, dripping blood, as anxious relatives flocked to get news.
Doctors treated scores of injured but at least 26 of those shot later died.
The government seems set on imposing its ban in protests, which it blames on "gangsters".