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New military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force attend the send-off ceremony in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front. (AFP)

People hold papers showing messages of "NO More" as they protest against purported fake news during the send-off ceremony for New military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front. (AFP)

People hold papers showing messages of "NO More" as they protest against purported fake news during the send-off ceremony for New military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front. (AFP)

People hold papers showing messages of "NO More" as they protest against purported fake news during the send-off ceremony for New military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front. (AFP)

New military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force hold papers showing messages of "NO More" as they protest against purported fake news during the send-off ceremony in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front. (AFP)

New volunteers who register to conduct night patrols stand in line during the ceremony for new military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front. (AFP)

People hold papers showing messages of "NO More" as they protest against purported fake news during the send-off ceremony for New military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front. (AFP)

New military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force react during the send-off ceremony in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front.(AFP)

A police officer talks to new volunteers who registered to conduct night patrols during the ceremony for new military recruits who are joining the Ethiopian National Defence Force in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on November 24, 2021. - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has given a boost to recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces, Officials in the Kolfe district of the capital Addis Ababa held a ceremony honoring 1,200 new recruits for the army, some of whom said they were inspired by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow to head to the war front. (AFP)