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New Eritrean Ambassadors to Egypt, South Sudan and Yemen Present Credentials Scotland Referendum: Important Lesson for African War Mongers UN Special Rapporteurs Urge Ethiopia To Stop Using Anti-Terrorism Legislation To Curb Human Rights ONLF: The Only Somali Organization Free of Ethiopian Control Eritrea and Japan Sign MoU for Cooperation in Field of Sports
 
New Eritrean Ambassadors to Egypt, South Sudan and Yemen Present Credentials

New Eritrean Ambassadors to Egypt, South Sudan and Yemen Present Credentials

By TesfaNews, NEWLY appointed Eritrean Ambassadors to South Sudan, Egypt and Yemen presented their letter of credence this week to the respective leaders. Accordingly, Ambassador Yohannes Teklemicheal has been appointed as the new Eritrean envoy to South Sudan and presented his credentials today to President, Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit. Ambassador Yohannes will assume responsibility by replacing […]

New Eritrean Ambassadors to Egypt, South Sudan and Yemen Present Credentials
Scotland Referendum: Important Lesson for African War Mongers

Scotland Referendum: Important Lesson for African War Mongers

By Bruh Tesfa, NEWS are circulating around that Scotland is holding a referendum to decide whether or not to secede from United Kingdom. While respecting the people’s wish on how to run their land, British Prime Minister Cameron is reportedly offering some attractive incentives for Scotland to remain part of United Kingdom, the details of which has […]

Scotland Referendum: Important Lesson for African War Mongers
UN Special Rapporteurs Urge Ethiopia To Stop Using Anti-Terrorism Legislation To Curb Human Rights

UN Special Rapporteurs Urge Ethiopia To Stop Using Anti-Terrorism Legislation To Curb Human Rights

By UNHR, A GROUP of United Nations human rights experts* today urged the Government of Ethiopia to stop misusing anti-terrorism legislation to curb freedoms of expression and association in the country, amid reports that people continue to be detained arbitrarily. The experts’ call comes on the eve of the consideration by Ethiopia of a series of […]

UN Special Rapporteurs Urge Ethiopia To Stop Using Anti-Terrorism Legislation To Curb Human Rights
ONLF: The Only Somali Organization Free of Ethiopian Control

ONLF: The Only Somali Organization Free of Ethiopian Control

By Ahmed Abdi, THE Somali Nation has been indigenous in Eastern Africa for thousands of years as attest Egyptian Hieroglyphic, Ancient Greek, Latin and Arabic historical sources. For the Somali Nation, today’s divisions and hardships are basically due to the nefarious colonial presence and division of the national Somali territory. The English colonized the North around […]

ONLF: The Only Somali Organization Free of Ethiopian Control
Eritrea and Japan Sign MoU for Cooperation in Field of Sports

Eritrea and Japan Sign MoU for Cooperation in Field of Sports

By Shabait, A MEMORANDUM of Understanding was signed yesterday between Eritrea and Japan regarding Sports Collaboration at Asmara Palace Hotel here in the capital. The Memorandum pertains to regular exchange of sports delegation, exchange of information, coordinating seminars and preparing mutual programs and projects focusing on Olympic and Paralympics participation of Eritrean athletes during the period […]

Eritrea and Japan Sign MoU for Cooperation in Field of Sports
New Eritrean Ambassadors to Egypt, South Sudan and Yemen Present Credentials

New Eritrean Ambassadors to Egypt, South Sudan and Yemen Present Credentials

18 September 2014

By TesfaNews, NEWLY appointed Eritrean Ambassadors to South Sudan, Egypt and Yemen presented their letter of credence this week to the respective leaders. Accordingly, Ambassador Yohannes Teklemicheal has been appointed as the new Eritrean envoy to South Sudan and presented his credentials today to President, Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit. Ambassador Yohannes will assume responsibility by replacing […]

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Scotland Referendum: Important Lesson for African War Mongers

Scotland Referendum: Important Lesson for African War Mongers

18 September 2014

By Bruh Tesfa, NEWS are circulating around that Scotland is holding a referendum to decide whether or not to secede from United Kingdom. While respecting the people’s wish on how to run their land, British Prime Minister Cameron is reportedly offering some attractive incentives for Scotland to remain part of United Kingdom, the details of which has […]

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UN Special Rapporteurs Urge Ethiopia To Stop Using Anti-Terrorism Legislation To Curb Human Rights

UN Special Rapporteurs Urge Ethiopia To Stop Using Anti-Terrorism Legislation To Curb Human Rights

18 September 2014

By UNHR, A GROUP of United Nations human rights experts* today urged the Government of Ethiopia to stop misusing anti-terrorism legislation to curb freedoms of expression and association in the country, amid reports that people continue to be detained arbitrarily. The experts’ call comes on the eve of the consideration by Ethiopia of a series of […]

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ONLF: The Only Somali Organization Free of Ethiopian Control

ONLF: The Only Somali Organization Free of Ethiopian Control

17 September 2014

By Ahmed Abdi, THE Somali Nation has been indigenous in Eastern Africa for thousands of years as attest Egyptian Hieroglyphic, Ancient Greek, Latin and Arabic historical sources. For the Somali Nation, today’s divisions and hardships are basically due to the nefarious colonial presence and division of the national Somali territory. The English colonized the North around […]

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Eritrea and Japan Sign MoU for Cooperation in Field of Sports

Eritrea and Japan Sign MoU for Cooperation in Field of Sports

17 September 2014

By Shabait, A MEMORANDUM of Understanding was signed yesterday between Eritrea and Japan regarding Sports Collaboration at Asmara Palace Hotel here in the capital. The Memorandum pertains to regular exchange of sports delegation, exchange of information, coordinating seminars and preparing mutual programs and projects focusing on Olympic and Paralympics participation of Eritrean athletes during the period […]

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The Man Who Stole the Nile

The Man Who Stole the Nile

17 September 2014

A Letter from Gambella that exposes how an Ethiopian billionaire’s outrageous land grab feuling displacement, poverty, hunger and corruption in Ethiopia By Frederick Kaufman, FORGET about diamond heists, bank robberies, and drilling into the golden intestines of fort Knox. In this precarious world-historic moment, food has become the most valuable asset of them all – […]

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Yemen Encouraged by Eritrea’s Political Support

Yemen Encouraged by Eritrea’s Political Support

16 September 2014

By SABA, ERITREA’s Foreign Minister Osman Saleh Mohamed confirmed on Tuesday his country’s confidence in wisdom and ability of the Yemeni political leadership headed by President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi to overcome the current crisis. During his meeting with Yemeni charge d’affaires in Asmara Mohamed al-Jaifi, the Eritrean minister noted that President Isaias Afwerki is interested […]

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Eritrean National Cycling Team Leaves for Spain

Eritrean National Cycling Team Leaves for Spain

16 September 2014

By Shabait, THE Eritrean National Cycling Team today left for Spain to take part in the 2014 UCI Road World Championships competition that is scheduled to take place in Ponferrada, Spain from 21 to 28 September. Present at the send-off ceremony were heads of the Sports Commission and the Cycling Federation. 

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Eighteenth Edition of Eri-News is Out

Eighteenth Edition of Eri-News is Out

16 September 2014

By Eritrean Mission to the AU and UNECA, THE Eighteenth Edition of ‘Eri-News’, a bi-weekly electronic newsletter prepared by the Press Section at the Permanent Mission of the State of Eritrea to the AU and UNECA, is out today. In this edition, the topics included are about President Isaias’ working Visit to Egypt; Japanese government […]

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South Sudan Bans Employment of Foreign Workers, Orders Replacement by Locals

South Sudan Bans Employment of Foreign Workers, Orders Replacement by Locals

16 September 2014

By AFP, AUTHORITIES in South Sudan announced Tuesday a ban on foreign workers, including aid agency staff, and ordered their jobs to be given to locals. There was no immediate explanation for the ban, which comes as NGOs warn of a looming famine caused by nine months of civil war in the country, which is […]

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A High Level Japanese Delegation Visiting Eritrea

A High Level Japanese Delegation Visiting Eritrea

15 September 2014

By TesfaNews, A HIGH-level Japanese delegation led by the State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Minoru Kiuchi, is visiting Eritrea to promote bilateral cooperation and investment. The delegation conducted a meeting today with President Isaias Afwerki at the State Palace. The meeting addressed on means to foster bilateral relations and coordination of development projects that […]

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500 Feared Dead in Mediterranean Migrant Shipwreck

500 Feared Dead in Mediterranean Migrant Shipwreck

15 September 2014

By AFP, AS many as 500 migrants are feared to have drowned after traffickers rammed and sank their boat in what the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) described Monday as “the worst shipwreck in years“. Horrific details of the shipwreck near Malta, told to IOM by survivors, came after dozens of African migrants were reported […]

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Kuwait Banned All Ethiopians from Entering the Country

Kuwait Banned All Ethiopians from Entering the Country

14 September 2014

By Muna Al-Fuzai, KUWAIT is no more open to Ethiopians – male or female workers cannot enter the country. Such a decision is like labeling a nation with the mark of being killers and crazies that need to be banned in order to keep Kuwait safe and secure from possible threats. The Ministry of Interior […]

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Beautiful Asmara and Its Young Ladies

Beautiful Asmara and Its Young Ladies

13 September 2014

By Shabait, THERE is a friend of mine, who usually gets attracted and too much engrossed by the overall beauty of Asmara’s (Asmarino) ladies. I could only guess about what makes him attracted to such an indescribable beauty for the exact reason behind his remark is not yet known to me. He usually exclaims saying “The […]

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