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A still from Finding Sally where director Tamara Dawit sets out to find out what happened to her aunt (pictured above) after making it to Ethiopia’s most wanted list as a member of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Party. The documentary is one of many centred around the lives of women. (Supplied)
A still from Finding Sally where director Tamara Dawit sets out to find out what happened to her aunt (pictured above) after making it to Ethiopia’s most wanted list as a member of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Party. The documentary is one of many centred around the lives of women. (Supplied)

Ethiopia is the only African country to have never been colonised.

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