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Ethiopian

1. of or denoting a zoogeographical region consisting of Africa south of the Sahara
2. Anthropol obsolete of or belonging to a postulated racial group characterized by dark skin, an oval elongated face, and thin lips, living chiefly in Africa south of the Sahara
3. any of the languages of Ethiopia, esp Amharic
4. an archaic word for Black
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Meanwhile, the speaker of the Ethiopian Parliament thanked Sudan government for ensuring the return of the Ethiopians from Libya.
Separately, the Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Thursday received at Cairo airport 27 Ethiopians freed by the Egyptian security in Libya.
Egypt received Thursday27 Ethiopians who were kidnapped in Libya and freed by the state in coordination with its neighbouring country and Ethiopia.
Coast Guard spokesperson Major Hussein Al-Harazi confirmed the arrest and said the 44 Ethiopians were taken to Mocha Security Department.
Officials at the Ethiopian Foreign Affairs Ministry say that so far 16,248 Ethiopians have been brought back from Saudi Arabia since the government began repatriating citizens last week.
It is not right to stereotype all Ethiopians as criminals and get rid of them.
Muscat: There was a noticeable surge in the number of Ethiopians arriving into the Sultanate for employment, compared to other nationals, data released by National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) revealed.
Our kids are growing and they do not know their fellow Ethiopians here in Dubai," said Mohammad, a member of the Ethiopian Community executive board.
According to the Spokesperson of the Ministry, the Ethiopians were transported from Libya with car in two rounds and reached at the outskirts of a Tunisian boarder town.
Watchful Welshman David Thomas takes care to approach Ethiopians who stumble across the spectacle to tell them that it is not a fight andndash; the men are playing rugby
In September 2008, 560 Ethiopians out of 28,000 were employed in the police forces.
Allen Jelich, the DRC manager in Yemen, said Ethiopians often immigrate due to the deteriorating economic situation in their country.