Ethiopia 'accepts peace deal' to end Eritrea border war

Ethiopia 'accepts peace deal' to end Eritrea border war
 

Ethiopia says it will fully accept the outcome of a border commission, ending a dispute with Eritrea that sparked Africa's deadliest border war in 1998.
The ruling EPRDF coalition says the decision was taken in an effort to make peace with neighbouring Eritrea.
Tens of thousands of people were killed in two years of fighting.
The two sides have remained on a war footing as Ethiopia refused to accept the ruling of the border commission set up as part of a peace deal in 2000.
The commission said that some disputed areas, including the border town of Badme, were in Eritrea.
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5 June 2018 in World News, Views: 80
Source: BBC
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