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What Abiy Ahmed means for Ethiopia’s Oromo people: Ethiopia Pt. 1

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Ethiopia's newly elected prime minister Abiy Ahmed waves to the rally during his visit to Ambo in the Oromiya region, Ethiopia on 11 April 2018.
Ethiopia's newly elected prime minister Abiy Ahmed waves to the rally during his visit to Ambo in the Oromiya region, Ethiopia on 11 April 2018. Reuters/Tiksa Negeri
By: Vincent Dublange

Is Ethiopia's political landscape changing? There is no simple answer. But what is clear is that the appointment of a new prime minister in early April has spurred an era of hope, especially for the Oromo people, which represents around 30 percent of the country's 100 million people,Vincent Dublange reports in the first of a three part series on Ethopia.

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