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Amanal Petros: Chasing records in Europe with Ethiopia on his mind

By DW
28 December 2021   |   10:14 am
Germany's fastest marathon runner has broken record upon record. While Amanal Petros' sporting career could hardly be going any better, he finds it hard to keep his mind off a military conflict back home.

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