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Ethiopia's Sweeping Democratic Reforms: Exiled Ethiopian Politician Returns Home With Hope

Berhanu Nega, who had been exiled for many years because of his critical views of the regime, finally returned to Ethiopia, a signal of Abiy Ahmed's sweeping democratic reforms.

Ethiopia's Sweeping Democratic Reforms: Exiled Ethiopian Politician Returns Home With Hope
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