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Ethiopia PM should talk to media when collecting Peace Prize: Nobel committee

Reuters Thursday, 5 December 2019
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed will not talk to the news media when he is in Oslo next week to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, drawing rare criticism from the award committee, which says a free and independent press is vital.
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