Jawar is the latest opponent of the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) to come home since Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took office in April and announced sweeping reforms.
Ethiopian officials welcome passengers at airport
Foreign Ministry appears to backtrack from position taken by Premier Ahmed on UAE trying to teach Islam to Ethiopia
'Let’s build a united Ethiopia,' Abiy Ahmed tells Ethiopian community in U.S. capital
Shock at death of Simegnew Bekele, project manager for dam since its construction began in 2011
Longtime Horn of Africa rivals signed landmark peace agreement on July 9
Both small and large businesses in Ethiopia, one of Africa's fastest-growing economies despite widespread poverty, would be expected to benefit from the border re-opening.
Amid thaw in ties between Horn of Africa countries, relatives set to reunite through flight after 20 years
Diplomatic thaw in relations after 2 decades
First presidential visit in 20 years comes amid breakthrough in ties between neighbors, who fought war in 1998-2000
Visit is part of efforts to normalize relations with Eritrea: Ethiopian Foreign Ministry
Human Rights Watch says it has documented a relentless pattern of abuse, torture, rape and humiliation at Jail Ogaden
Eritrea and Ethiopia have been bitter foes since fighting a frontier war between 1998-2000 that killed 80,000 people. Animosity continued as Ethiopia refused to abandon territory handed to Eritrea as part of a 2002 border demarcation.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed rushed to safety
Government also pardons renowned academic
Abu Dhabi crown prince begins two-day visit to the Horn of Africa Country on Eid Al-Fitr
TIKA has distributed food aid among 675 families at internally-displaced people's camps in Ethiopia's Oromia
Abubakr Ahmed seeks justice for rapidly growing Muslim society in Ethiopia
There are more than 350 Ethiopian students in Turkey
Eritrea has also been urged to implement Algiers agreement from 2000 without any precondition
State of emergency, which was imposed in February 2018, lifted with sweeping majority vote in lower house of parliament