DfID under fire for poor response to human rights concerns in Ethiopia

From nazret.com Sun Dec 23 2012, 19:08:05

The Mursi tribe in Mago national park, Ethiopia, 2011. Photograph: Patricia White/Alamy DfID under fire for poor response to human rights concerns in Ethiopia Aid officials accused of failing to fully investigate reports of abuse by Ethiopian autho...

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