MAHEDER HAILESELASSIE

Devastated families, relatives and friends mourn the victims of ET 302 plane crash at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. March 2019,  REUTERS/Maheder Haileselassie

Ethiopian airlines crews attend the funeral procession of ET 302 plane crash victims at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. March 2019,  REUTERS/Maheder Haileselassie 

Coffins of victims of ET 302 plane crash arrive at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. March 2019, REUTERS/Maheder Haileselassie

Devastated families, relatives and friends mourn Tamirat Mulu, one of the victims of ET 302 plane crash at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. March 2019, REUTERS/Maheder Haileselassie

Elders from Ethiopian Patriotic Association gather with the crowd at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Church in Addis Ababa during the funeral processions for the victims ET 302 plane crash. March 2019, REUTERS/Maheder Haileselassie

Close relatives say their final goodbyes at the funeral for the crew and passengers of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 plane crash at the wall vault cemetery of Balewold Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. March 2019, REUTERS/Maheder Haileselassie

A poster of Abiy Ahmed and Isias Afwerki, the prime minister of Ethiopia and the President of Eritrea respectively is seen at a gift shop in Asmara, Eritrea. July 2018/AFP

Passengers take selfies on Ethiopian airlines plane on the first day of Ethiopian airlines flight operation to Eritrea in twenty years.

July 2018/AFP

Azmera Addisalem and Danait Addisalem, both Eritreans gets emotional after meeting their father, an Ethiopian journalist, for the first time in twenty years at Asmara airoport after separation during the war that broke out between the two countries in 1998. July 2018/AFP

Jerusalem Aregay (Standing) and Lewam aregay, sisters, pose for a portrait in Asmara, Eritrea. Both of them left Eritrea in 2001 during the war between Ethiopia and Eritrea and have only come back now to see their aunt who used to care for them as a child. July 2018/AFP

People wait for a wedding event in Asmara, Eritrea. July 2018

Bridesmaids before a wedding in Asmara, Eritrea. July 2018/AFP

General view of Old Massawa with the port and the train tracks that leads to Asmara city in Eritrea.

July 2018/AFP

Bogaleche Besheri (L) and Ayeleche Fulasa (R) both mother of four sits at Kercha site, a camp for displaced Gedeo people in West Guji after they were forced to leave their home. Bogaleche’s husband was killed and Ayeleche have no idea where the rest of her family is. Ayeleche says she had to walk eleven days through the forest in search of safety. July 2018/AFP

Birtukan Chuchu(L) and Mariam Shunki (R) sits in a church at Kercha site, West Guji which is a camp for displaced Gedeo People. Birtukan says her one year old baby died in her hands after the stick they threw at her hit him instead. Mariam says her brother was slaughtered at their home and she had to leave her house and walk seven days in order to look for saftey with her husband. July 2018/AFP

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