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Health Risks Fail to Deter Ethiopians from Eating Raw Meati
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September 20, 2013 12:43 PM
Ethiopians continue to eat raw meat at family and festive occasions despite health risks that include exposure to tapeworms, salmonella and E-coli. Marthe van der Wolf reports for VOA from Addis Ababa on why the practice persists.

Health Risks Fail to Deter Ethiopians from Eating Raw Meat

Published September 20, 2013

Ethiopians continue to eat raw meat at family and festive occasions despite health risks that include exposure to tapeworms, salmonella and E-coli. Marthe van der Wolf reports for VOA from Addis Ababa on why the practice persists.


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