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Peace 'undermined' by Ethiopia

Ethiopia has been accused of trying to hinder the peace process with Eritrea. Both Ethiopia and Eritrea agreed to abide by the Hague-based Boundary Commission’s demarcation of the border when they signed the Algiers peace agreement in December 2000 ending a bitter war. But in a report to the UN Security Council, the independent team tasked with establishing the common border accused Ethiopia of seeking variations to the border in an attempt to “undermine” final and binding decisions taken last April. The Ethiopian authorities are known to be extremely concerned that the symbolically important village of Badme could end up in Eritrean territory. Full Story

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