Ethiopia’s 43-year-old prime minister, Abiy Ahmed — Africa’s youngest leader — received the Nobel peace prize in Oslo on November 10, becoming the 13th African and 100th awardee to receive the prize since 1901.

The Nobel committee recognised Abiy for his efforts to “achieve peace and international co-operation”...

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