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Ethiopia reopens embassy in Eritrea as relations warm

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed signed a peace pact in July

World Bank to give Ethiopia $1bn in budgetary assistance — PM

In first press conference since taking office in April, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed also says 2020 election will be free and fair

Song, dance and tears as Ethiopian flight lands in Eritrea

The emotion-filled Ethiopian Airlines flight took off less than two weeks after the neighbouring countries declared an end to two decades of bloodshed

Eritrea reopens embassy in Ethiopia amid thaw

More than 20 years after the two countries broke off relations, Eritrea's president reopened his country's embassy in Ethiopia

Ethiopian Airlines to operate daily flights to Eritrea

The opening of ties could be an economic boon to the two nations, both poor but on very different paths

Ethiopia, Eritrea declare war ‘has come to an end’

The re-establishment of diplomatic and trade ties after years of bitter separation could mean big benefits for both nations

AU summit host warns of ‘security failings’ in Sahel after Mali attacks

A bombing aimed at French soldiers on patrol in Mauritania's troubled north killed four civilians and injured over 20 people, including four soldiers

Ethiopia and Eritrea: Decades of dispute over a border

There are fears the feuding neighbours may be using Somalia as a proxy battleground

Eritrea to send rare peace delegation to Ethiopia

Eritrea has responded to Ethiopia's surprise recent overtures of peace with an announcement that it will send a delegation to its neighbour for talks

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