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UN demands release of British activist jailed in Ethiopia amid torture fears Source: The Guardian The Foreign Office has pushed for consular access to Andargachew Tsige with no tangible results, since the British citizen was abducted in Ethiopia a yea… Original post…

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He is prominent in Ethiopian politics, having been leader of opposition party Ginbot 7, which has called for democracy, free elections and civil rights. The government has accused him of being a terrorist and in 2009 he was tried in his absence and sentenced to…

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UN demands release of British activist jailed in Ethiopia amid torture fears

UN demands release of British activist jailed in Ethiopia amid torture fears Source: The Guardian The Foreign Office has pushed for consular access to Andargachew Tsige with no tangible results, since the British citizen was abducted…

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Migrants seeking better lives pass through Ethiopian border town Metema

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For African immigrants, St. Paul starting to feel more like home – TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

For African immigrants, St. Paul starting to feel more like homeTwinCities.com-Pioneer PressHassen Hussein estimates there are some 40,000 Oromo in the Twin Cities, most of them from Ethiopia, where they are the largest single ethnic group…

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