A United Nations report accuses Eritrea of planning to set off a car bomb at a summit of the African Union in Ethiopia last January.
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- Ethiopia will deploy 5,000 troops as part of a joint United Nations - African Union mission in the Darfur region of Sudan.
- Leaders from Eritrea and Ethiopia officially declare an end to their countries' 20-year border conflict.
- International air travel resumes between Eritrea and Ethiopia for the first time since 1998.
- Ethiopia agrees to "fully accept" the outcome of the Algiers Agreement of 2000, which ruled that disputed areas, including the border town of Badme which Ethiopia currently occupies, are Eritrean territory.
- The United Nations suspends Miriam Maluwa as director of the UNAIDS programme in Ethiopia. Maluwa is a key witness in allegations of sexual assault against a programme director, Luiz Loures. Loures is accused of attacking colleague Martina Brostrom in a lift and is due to leave his post today. Brostrom today said she has no confidence the UN will deliver justice as it reopens its investigation.