South Korea has handed over the building it built for Korean veterans

Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.
Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) The South Korean government has inaugurated a two-storey residential building for Korean war veterans.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the residence was built with the support of the South Korean Lotte Group.

The building was used as a residence for the Ethiopian troops of the year during the Korean War between 1950 and 53.

Ethiopia is the only country that has deployed troops from Africa to South Korea during the Korean War.

Over 120 Ethiopians lost their lives during the war.

It is estimated that of the 3,500 Ethiopians who died at the time, about 150 are now alive.

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