OPride.com – News and Views from the Horn of Africa - Home

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Latest news, views and information about Oromo, Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. OPride.com is a gateway to non-stop Oro...

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[...] (OPride) – A U.S. panel on religious freedom on Monday called on Ethiopian government to release 29 religious freedom advocates, including members of the Committee of 17, [...]

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