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Ethiopia seeks national healing after Tigray peace treaty

By DW
18 December 2022   |   11:29 am
With a truce recently signed and a history of ethnic tensions, Ethiopia faces a myriad of challenges. As a result, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's government has embarked on a national dialogue hoping to silence the guns.

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