William Davison - Bloomberg
Jul 26, 2012
An Ethiopian court banned
distribution of a newspaper that published front-page articles
about Prime Minister Meles Zenawi’s health and protests by
Muslims in the capital, Addis Ababa, the government said.
Editors from the weekly Feteh newspaper may face criminal
charges because of national security concerns, State Minister of
Justice Berhanu Tsegaye said in a phone interview today. Last
week, Ethiopian authorities seized 30,000 copies of the
newspaper containing the stories about Meles and the protests,
Hailemeskel Beshewamyelhu, a deputy editor, said July 24.
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