The response, after two weeks of silence, offers a glimmer of hope to resolve the 20-year standoff.
The announcements was the latest reforms by the new prime minister shaking up of the country.
Since coming to power in March, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has taken steps to reconcile Africa’s second-most-populous nation.
The outbreak has slowed as it moves from forest to city, but experts are cautious
Rwanda pays a price in a trade scuffle with the Trump administration over used clothing.
The country is investigating alleged abuses under Yahya Jammeh as victims say they’re still grappling with the aftermath.
Eleven new cases were confirmed Friday, including two more in an urban area.
The new case is “a game changer,” a World Health Organization official said.
Since Abiy Ahmed came to power, there has been a dramatic drop in tension across the country.
The military operation in restive northern Sinai is choking off supplies of essentials to the area, Human Rights Watch said in a report.
The Russian-built Ilyushin plane went down 20 miles south of the capital of Algiers.
The decriminalization of gay sex in Kenya would be a landmark in African history.
The choice of Abiy Ahmed, a member of the Oromo ethnic group, could calm the nation’s persistent protests.
The ruling militants run customs, charge taxes, impose fines and operate their own gendarmes.
Indictment is tied to a $2.5 billion arms deal from the 1990s.