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U.N. chief to meet Ethiopia's PM on Monday after peace deal with Eritrea

Reuters India Monday, 9 July 2018
U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres will meet Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Monday, a day after he agreed with neighbour Eritrea to end a near 20-year military standoff, U.N. sources in Addis Ababa said.
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News video: Leaders of bitter rivals Ethiopia, Eritrea meet for historic peace talks

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The leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea met on Sunday morning in Eritrea's capital, the once-warring nations' state broadcasters reported, in a historic summit that could herald the end of a near 20-year military stand-off. Pascale Davies reports.

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