The Eritrean-Ethiopian border reopens for the first time since 1998.
The countries, whose long war officially ended only months ago, reopened crossing points, allowing families to be reunited and clearing the way for trade.
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- The Eritrea-Ethiopia border reopens for the first time in 20 years.
- The Eritrean-Ethiopian border reopens for the first time since 1998.
- 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.
- Ethiopian forces launch attacks on three militant camps inside Eritrea.
- The United Nations accuses Eritrea of attempting to bomb an African Union summit in Ethiopia.