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Rastafarians of Ethiopia lost in their own land

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Mr Kush (above) says they have no control over their property: Rastafarians celebrating the anniversary of the emperor's coronation on Nov 2 in Shashamane.

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Mr Kush says they have no control over their property: Rastafarians (above) celebrating the anniversary of the emperor's coronation on Nov 2 in Shashamane.

Shashamane, Ethiopia

THEY came from across the world to Ethiopia in search of their "promised land", but for many Rastafarians, struggling to win even basic rights, the dream never materialised.

"How did we survive so far? I wonder," said Reuben Kush, the grey-bearded president of

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