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Eritrea's President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, 2018

Ethiopian and Eritrean leaders visit border for Ethiopian new year

Ethiopia Eritrea reopened border points for first time in 20 years.

By REUTERS
11/09/2018

Ethiopian and Eritrean leaders celebrate the Ethiopian new year on border

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki made the visit at Bure, a region that saw some fighting during the 1998-2000 war, in which 80,000 people died.

By REUTERS
11/09/2018
Protestors demonstrate against Israel's plan to deport asylum-seekers

New Israel Fund grantees asked Rwandan government not to accept migrants

New Israel Fund CEO: If such a letter led Rwanda to cancel an agreement, it's a failure of Israel’s foreign policy.

African asylum seekers line up to apply for a visa in Bnei Brak, Israel

Analysis: Still no final migrant policy

There are gaping holes in the new decision.

African migrants take part in a protest against Israel's detention policy toward them

Israeli leaders voice mixed reactions to U.N. migrant plan

Meretz: The word ‘infiltrators’ has left the lexicon.

African asylum seekers wait to apply for a visa in Bnei Brak, Israel

Israel reaches deal with U.N. to resettle asylum seekers in Western states

16,250 African migrants will be expelled to Western countries while the same number are to be granted temporary residency and dispersed across the country.

African migrants take part in a protest against Israel's detention policy toward them

State delays migrant deportation in possible softening of position

The designated deportation day was pushed back from April 1 to April 9.

Eritrean migrants in Israel

Israel AIDS Task Force demands asylum seekers with HIV not be deported

The Health Ministry is currently treating 184 Eritrean and Sudanese migrants for HIV.

The deportation of Eritreans is not in Israel’s national interest

The Eritreans/Tigrayans are proud people, who have survived for the past 3,000 years, kept our Orit/Torah religion and culture, language and way of life.

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