(FILES) In this December 17, 2015 file photo, US President Barack Obama delivers remarks after a national security team meeting at the National Counterterrorism Center in McLean, Virginia. AFP PHOTO / JIM WATSON
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The White House demanded that Ethiopia stop using its controversial anti-terror law to jail journalists Wednesday, in an unusually stark rebuke for a key U.S. ally in Africa.National Security Council spokesman Ned Price did not name the reporters the United States is concerned for, but he spoke amid a harsh Ethiopian crackdown on dissent.In October, Washington welcomed the release of a previous group of dissident bloggers and journalists, but on Wednesday the White House warned Ethiopia against new arrests.
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