Ethiopia a Country Study
Thomas P. Ofcansky, LaVerle Bennette Berry
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - History - 404 pages
After assuming power in 1974, the military regime embarked on a program to improve the condition of peasants, but famine and hunger continued despite this effort, which was supplemented by substantial foreign assistance. Moreover, the escalation of the military campaign against the insurgent movements in Eritrea, Tigray, and the Ogaden forced thousands of Ethiopians to flee into neighboring countries.
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