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Could peace deal lead to reform in Eritrea?

Ethiopia and Eritrea were at war for more than twenty years. Tens of thousands of people were killed, families were forced apart, and communications were cut. But now, after decades, some of those families have been reunited, embassies reopened and diplomatic ties restored. Can it open Eritrea to reforms? Guests: Collins Nweke African affairs analyst Awet Weldemichael Associate Professor and National Scholar in African History Queen's University Daniel Mekonnen Executive Director Eritrean Law Society #Ethiopia #Eritrea #Peace

Ethiopia’s Eritrean impact? | Imran Khan v Narendra Modi | The Bitcoin bubble

Ethiopia’s Eritrean impact? | Imran Khan v Narendra Modi | The Bitcoin bubble

Eritrea-Ethiopia Ties: Eritreans living in Ethiopia welcome peace deal

Eritrea-Ethiopia Ties: Eritreans living in Ethiopia welcome peace deal

Nobel Peace Prize: Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed wins this year's award

Nobel Peace Prize: Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed wins this year's award

2018 Review: Ethiopia, Eritrea ended their long-standing war

2018 Review: Ethiopia, Eritrea ended their long-standing war

VEGANUARY: What if the world went Vegan?

VEGANUARY: What if the world went Vegan?

Libya Talks

Libya Talks

UAE’s Foreign Entanglements | Global Turkic Identity

UAE’s Foreign Entanglements | Global Turkic Identity

WHY IRAN SHOT DOWN UKRAINE PLANE?!

WHY IRAN SHOT DOWN UKRAINE PLANE?!

The world's richest rakes in the money as the rest of us struggle

The world's richest rakes in the money as the rest of us struggle

Rwanda’s Kagame | Bigger Than Five

Rwanda’s Kagame | Bigger Than Five

Connect, BTS, Female Solidarity on Screen & Seberg | Full Episode | Showcase

Connect, BTS, Female Solidarity on Screen & Seberg | Full Episode | Showcase

A Butcher by Any Other Name: The Hunt for Syria's War Criminals - Focal Point

A Butcher by Any Other Name: The Hunt for Syria's War Criminals - Focal Point

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