A man, shot in clashes between stone-throwing opposition supporters and riot police in Ethiopia's capital is rushed to an Addis Ababa hospital on Tuesday.
As the wounded were taken to the hospital, a woman shouted: "Murder state". Eight people died in Tuesday's violence and at least 23 on Wednesday.
The opposition supporters were protesting about May's elections which they say were rigged.
Most of the clashes occurred in the commercial district of Mercato, where many people were shopping in preparation for the Eid festivities.
Doctors said most of the dead had been shot in the chest and those wounded were shot in the legs and arms.
The government blamed the opposition for the violence but the CUD party said the police used excessive force when people supporting them began hooting their car horns.