Bloomberg: Eritrea Says It Killed 200 Ethiopian Troops in Border Clash
* Two countries have history of trading accusations of violence
* Horn of Africa nations fought border war in 1998-2000
Eritrea said more than 200 Ethiopian troops were killed in June 12 clashes on their joint border, the latest in a series on confrontations since the Horn of Africa nations separated more than two decades ago.
A further 300 Ethiopian soldiers were wounded, Eritrea’s Information Ministry said Thursday in a statement on its website. The tolls are “conservative estimates,” it said. Ethiopian Communications Minister Getachew Reda didn’t answer two calls and a text message seeking comment.
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