An Ethiopian court has sentenced a Bucknell University professor to death, but the sentence was in absentia as the professor is at Bucknell, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The professor is Berhanu Nega, who teaches economics. He calls the charges of which he was convicted -- that he and four others planned an attack on the government's leaders - a tactic to undermine those like himself who have called for democratic reforms in his home country. "By delivering this sentence they are trying to terrorize the population more than anything else," Nega told the Inquirer. "It is their way of telling everybody if you fight for democracy we will kill you, that is the message they are sending."
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