The joy of Ethiopians on the current condition


On the city's wide roads, sculptures recognize the "saints" and the triumphs of the Ti gray People's Liberation Front (TPF), a little band of agitators who turned into a guerrilla armed force, dispatched a fruitful resistance and in the end controlled Africa's second most crowded nation for just about 30 years. 


This week government Ethiopian powers have surrounded Moselle in the last phases of a grisly hostile dispatched recently by Ethiopia's executive, ABI Ahmed, with the point of taking out the PLF as a political power.

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