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Mr Jawar spoke about the who were kidnapped students for the first time

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Not long after security powers attempted to capture him in the night, Jawar Mohammed, a media nobleman and one of Ethiopia's most conspicuous political activists, got himself eye to eye with Prime Minister Abby Ahmed, the man whose administration requested his capture. 

 

Sitting at a table in a state meeting room in the capital, Addis Ababa, the two men met on Nov. 3 to discuss forestalling a greater amount of the ethnic savagery that ejected in October after Mr. Jawar's supporters started fighting his messed up capture. Eighty-six individuals kicked the bucket in two days.

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