A general view taken on April 10, 2016 shows the Burj Khalifa (C), the world's tallest tower in Dubai's skyline. AFP / MARWAN NAAMANI
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Ethiopia will send 50,000 people to work in the United Arab Emirates, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced Monday, as the Gulf country looks to expand its influence in the Horn of Africa.The UAE has recently pressed for closer ties with countries in the Horn of Africa, helping to mediate along with Saudi Arabia a historic peace accord between former enemies Ethiopia and Eritrea last year.Last year, the UAE pledged to invest $3 billion in aid and investment in Ethiopia.
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