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Ethiopia: Abiy names Cabinet as pressure from US, EU mounts

By DW
09 October 2021   |   6:51 pm
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has replaced two key ministers days after being sworn in for a new term. The country's leadership faces growing pressure from the West to resolve the Tigray crisis.

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