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Ethiopia finally recognises 2000 border ruling with Eritrea
Recognition removes major stumbling block to better relations between East African neighbours.
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US President Donald Trump on Tuesday accused Mexico of doing "nothing" to stop illegal immigrants crossing into the United States, and repeated his election campaign pledge that Mexico would pay for his planned border wall.
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Croatia rejects ruling in maritime dispute with Slovenia
In a row that centres on the Bay of Piran, judges have granted Slovenia unhindered access to international waters in the Adriatic Sea
Spain tells Britain to calm down over Gibraltar
Spain has told Britain to calm down over Gibraltar amid an escalating row.
Egypt to transfer strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi
An Egyptian court has annulled a ruling blocking the transfer of sovereignty of two islands to Saudi Arabia.
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South China Sea: Beijing defiant over weapons deployment claims
Beijing has reacted defiantly to claims that it appears to have installed weapons, including anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems, on all seven of the artificial islands it has built in the South Ch
Fortress Europe builds barriers to stem the refugee flow
As Europe faces the most significant people movement since the Second World War the landscape of the continent is changing.
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South Caucuses regional tensions result in ceasefire violations
Nagorno-Karabakh truce shows signs of fracture
Azerbaijan has accused Armenian-backed separatists of violating a new ceasefire agreed on Tuesday. While the Armenian side accused Azerbaijan of shelling its positions.