Ethiopia and Eritrea Reopen Border After 20 Years

HeadlineSep 12, 2018
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And in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia and Eritrea have reopened the border after 20 years, following the two countries’ signing of a historic peace deal in July. Hundreds of people have gathered at the two reopened border crossings to reunite with their friends and family members separated for two decades by the war.

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