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Ethiopia: Poverty as Cheetas feed

Nazret.com reports that in the midst of Ethiopia's poverty, two cheetahs that were rescued by Ethiopian veterinarian and U.S. counterterrorism soldiers, are now living comfortably in the grounds of the official residence of Ethiopia's president. One commenter writes “Has anyone seen the Irony here, Cheetah's live in the palace after having been rescued by American soldiers while over 40,000 young are in prisons for protesting against the Ethiopian government. And there is no justice for 83 who were killed by Ethiopian special forces.”

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