Commercial flights between Ethiopia and Eritrea have resumed for the first time in twenty years, after they were halted by war. It's the latest step in a peace process ending three decades of conflict between the two east African countries.
Give us this day our daily disaster? Thanks, but no thanks! For 2019, DW's Astrid Prange is hoping to read a bit more good news. Goodness knows, we need it.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has introduced dramatic reforms since assuming power more than nine months ago. But as ethnic clashes flare, the changes may not be enough to stabilize the nation.
The skies over Ethiopia and Eritrea opened to a first commercial passenger flight in two decades, giving tailwind to the peace process between the neighbors that severed ties in a border war.
The UN Security Council has voted to lift sanctions against Eritrea following its thaw in relations with Ethiopia and other Horn of Africa countries.
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