First Ethiopian scholar made senior lecturer at Israeli university

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Anbessa Teferra becomes senior lecturer of Semitic Languages at Tel Aviv University 15 years after obtaining his PhD; says his appointment gives message of hope to young Ethiopians: If you work hard, all doors open for you’.

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