Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (right) is given an 18th century crown by Sirak Asfaw (lef), who had kept it hidden in his apartment in The Netherlands for two decades, during a hand over private ceremony in Addis Ababa. 

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Abyssinian crisis reloaded: Internal diplomacy proves elusive in Africa's capital country

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize just 18 months into his term -- an impressive feat that suggested the country with a dark history of repression finally had a safe pair of hands at the helm. 

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