Jawar and the other defendants Appear in Court on Terror Charges

By Simon Marks ADDIS ABABA – Ethiopian opposition chief Jawar Mohammed and 22 others appeared in court docket Monday to face expenses of terrorism and different crimes. Jawar, a media mogul and outspoken critic of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, was arrested in June following the killing of widespread singer Hachalu Hundessa, a champion of the Oromo ethnic group. Political analysts say the costs are more likely to increase tensions in Oromia, Ethiopia’s largest and most populous area. In November final 12 months, Jawar — who runs a tv channel, the Oromia Media Community — met with Prime Minister Abiy in hopes of convincing him to revise

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