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Progress at Horn of Africa talks

AFRICA: Talks to end a border dispute between Ethiopia and Eritrea have ended with what diplomats are describing as a measure of progress. The conflict sparked a war that ended six years ago after some 76,000 deaths. An international tribunal ruled on the border in 2002 but Ethiopia refused to let it be demarcated without further discussion and Eritrea objected. Now a meeting has taken place in London between the two states along with US and United Nations representatives. The talks, chaired by the international tribunal that decided where the border should run, brought together legal representatives from Ethiopia and Eritrea. Full Story

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