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Ethiopia-Eritrea border boom as peace takes hold
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9 January 2019
On 9 January 2019 BBC News reported:
The reopening of the border between former enemies Ethiopia and Eritrea has dramatically changed the towns near the frontier ... The reopening of some of the border crossings, including one earlier this week, is part of the peace deal signed last July by Eritrea's President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. The agreement has also seen diplomatic ties renewed and phone links between the two countries restored after being cut off for nearly two decades.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of world peace, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Shop owner Haile Bisrat told me [BBC's Emmanuel Igunza] cheerfully that treating his Eritrean brothers well was not only about cementing peace. It also made good financial sense. ...
Mebrhit Gebrehans, a middle-aged woman with a big smile, is one of the traders whose business is booming.
... 'What we fear is war. We love peace. When the Eritreans come to this market, I welcome them with a smiling face. They buy spices, honey, grains and even biscuits. And we buy different clothes from them,' she said.
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