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Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed won a Nobel Prize for making peace with neighboring Eritrea. This time, he’s promised to bury his enemies in the northern region of Tigray. More than two million people have been displaced and thousands face famine.
This week, Tim Sebastian speaks to Zadig Abraha, Ethiopia’s minister for democratization.
Will Ethiopia’s government punish its own troops for human rights violations? Will it end the humanitarian blockade on Tigray? And how does the government justify its crackdown on the media?
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Indonesia president Joko Widodo visited the areas affected by a deadly volcanic eruption and promised to bolster evacuation efforts.
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