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Saturday, 30 June 2012 20:14

 

 

 

 

Guests of Honor this year are the Ethiopian National Team of 1962 who won the only African Cup for Ethiopia.

(Left-to-Right: Lucianno Vassalo, Awad Mohammed, Italo Vassalo, & Kidane Teklehaymanot)

 

Guest of Honors with Ato Abennet G/Meskel

 

 

AESA-one to start its festivity on July 1st at RFK, Washington DC


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