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Ethiopia blames foreign hands for stoking unrest

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia on Monday that foreign elements were arming, training and financing groups that it blames for a wave of unrest in regions around Addis Ababa, where protesters have targeted factories and accused the government land grabs.
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