438 days in Ethiopian prison ‘for doing my job’

438 days in Ethiopian prison ‘for doing my job’

Swedish reporter Martin Schibbye spent 14 months in an Ethiopian prison after being found guilty of terrorism. He tells The Local about his mock execution, hiding notes in a rat's nest, and how upon release it took time to find his way back to his wife.

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Ethiopians deny charges against jailed Swedes

Jailed Swedes to stay in Ethiopian custody

Jailed Swedes to stay in Ethiopian custody

Swedes jailed in Ethiopia could get life: expert

Swedes jailed in Ethiopia could get life: expert

Journalists ‘probing Lundin Oil’: report

Journalists ‘probing Lundin Oil’: report

Bildt rejects mounting Ethiopia criticism

Bildt rejects mounting Ethiopia criticism

Bildt slams paper over ‘amateur’ reporting

Bildt slams paper over ‘amateur’ reporting

Swedish journalists deny backing rebel group

Swedish journalists deny backing rebel group

Court amends charges against jailed Swedes

Court amends charges against jailed Swedes

Evidence in Ethiopia trial ‘faked’: lawyer

Evidence in Ethiopia trial ‘faked’: lawyer

Journalists deny being trained by rebels

Journalists deny being trained by rebels

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Swedes convicted of terror crimes in Ethiopia

Swedish journalists ‘must be freed’: Reinfeldt

Swedish journalists ‘must be freed’: Reinfeldt

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Swedish journos jailed for 11 years in Ethiopia

EU to press Ethiopia over Swedish journalists

EU to press Ethiopia over Swedish journalists

Swedes meet Ethiopian PM over jailed journalists

Swedes meet Ethiopian PM over jailed journalists

Jailed Swedes subjected to fake executions

Jailed Swedes subjected to fake executions

Ethiopia denies fake footage claims

Ethiopia denies fake footage claims

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Swedish man ‘beaten in Ogaden’: brother

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Swede ‘beaten in Ogaden’ housed at embassy