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Ethiopia won’t wait on Western approval over human rights, says Ethiopian government minister Zadig Abraha

By DW
27 December 2020   |   11:00 am
The war in Tigray "is over" and rebuilding has begun, the Ethiopian minister for democratization tells DW's Conflict Zone. But a humanitarian crisis is growing on the watch of the country's Nobel-winning prime minister.

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