15 September 2020 (Wall Street International)* — Eight months ago a worthy winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Prime minister Abiy Ahmed, returned home to Addis Ababa; home to a country that has seen economic growth between 8 and 11 percent for several years, and where four Ethiopians made their way out of poverty every day; home to a people who have seen child mortality reduced by two thirds since 2000, and where access to clean drinking water has doubled in the same time period; a country reported to be opening up political space by the Nobel laureate.

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