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Up to 70,000 Ethiopians have returned home from Saudi Arabia after authorities there issued notice for illegal workers to leave the country or face arrest. Saudi authorities said there were close to 400,000 Ethiopians working illegally in the Gulf state. Ethiopia’s foreign ministry said it was only able to register 130,000. The rush home came as an extended 90-day amnesty ended on July 25. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Some of those arriving at the main airport in Addis Ababa said they were relieved to be home. “I am so happy to come back home. I have lived in Arab countries for four years. I am saying no more migration. I will try to work harder and live in my own country,” said Lubaba Taju. Ethiopia’s foreign ministry spokesman, Melese Alem said the government was working on creating opportunities and jobs for those coming back and millions in its population seeking employment but that this repatriation exercise had been unexpected. “The government has some revolving fund to provide an opportunity for the youth in the country to create job opportunities and so forth. So our nationals who are repatriated from Saudi Arabia would be part of this initiative,” he said. “The decree was issued without
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