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Three journalists and six members of the group Zone 9 were arrested and charged last year under Ethiopia’s sweeping anti-terrorism law. The nation ranks second on the African continent – behind neighboring Eritrea – on the Committee to Protect Journalists list of those most likely to jail reporters. We get an update on the case as it moves to trial from one of Zone 9’s founders and find out what they expect moving forward.
- Soliyana Shimeles Blogger, Zone9
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