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Eritrea, Through the Lens of Business Ethics and Sustainability (Audio)

Eritrea, Through the Lens of Business Ethics and Sustainability (Audio)

By TesfaNews, THE Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) have organised the most successful but less publicized seminar on the 12th of December in collaboration with the Solicitors International Human Rights Group (SIHRG) and the Society for Advanced Legal Studies (SALS), in London, on a very interesting session as part of the continued series on […]

Eritrea, Through the Lens of Business Ethics and Sustainability (Audio)
Twenty Fourth Edition of Eri-News is Out

Twenty Fourth Edition of Eri-News is Out

By Eritrean Mission to the AU and UNECA, THE Twentieth Fourth 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, issues like President Isaias visit to Qatar; the appointment of new Qatari […]

Twenty Fourth Edition of Eri-News is Out
Khartoum Warns Juba Against Supporting JEM Rebels

Khartoum Warns Juba Against Supporting JEM Rebels

By Sudan Tribune, THE director of Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS), Mohamed Atta, has reiterated warning to South Sudan against supporting and funding Sudanese rebels particularly the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM). Last week, Atta, threatened to pursue rebel groups inside the South Sudanese territory, adding they have endured enough Juba support to […]

Khartoum Warns Juba Against Supporting JEM Rebels
Moving Beyond Isolation and Sanctions to Dialogue and Engagement: From Cuba to Eritrea

Moving Beyond Isolation and Sanctions to Dialogue and Engagement: From Cuba to Eritrea

By Dr. Samuel Mahaffy, PRESIDENT Obama correctly acknowledged today, in regard to U.S. sanctions against Cuba, that “isolation has not worked” and that it is time for a “new approach.”  He added:  “Our policies toward Cuba have gotten us nowhere.” I commend President Obama for his courage in correcting course on an ill-conceived and ineffective […]

Moving Beyond Isolation and Sanctions to Dialogue and Engagement: From Cuba to Eritrea
A Delegation from Hungary Visiting Eritrea

A Delegation from Hungary Visiting Eritrea

By TesfaNews, A DELEGATION from the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has arrived in Eritrea this week for a bilateral talk. The delegation was led by Mr. Andrads Szabo, Head of the African Desk. The delegation is currently holding a series of bilateral talks with a number of government ministries on investments, trade, […]

A Delegation from Hungary Visiting Eritrea
Eritrea, Through the Lens of Business Ethics and Sustainability (Audio)

Eritrea, Through the Lens of Business Ethics and Sustainability (Audio)

19 December 2014

By TesfaNews, THE Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) have organised the most successful but less publicized seminar on the 12th of December in collaboration with the Solicitors International Human Rights Group (SIHRG) and the Society for Advanced Legal Studies (SALS), in London, on a very interesting session as part of the continued series on […]

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Twenty Fourth Edition of Eri-News is Out

Twenty Fourth Edition of Eri-News is Out

18 December 2014

By Eritrean Mission to the AU and UNECA, THE Twentieth Fourth 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, issues like President Isaias visit to Qatar; the appointment of new Qatari […]

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Khartoum Warns Juba Against Supporting JEM Rebels

Khartoum Warns Juba Against Supporting JEM Rebels

18 December 2014

By Sudan Tribune, THE director of Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS), Mohamed Atta, has reiterated warning to South Sudan against supporting and funding Sudanese rebels particularly the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM). Last week, Atta, threatened to pursue rebel groups inside the South Sudanese territory, adding they have endured enough Juba support to […]

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Moving Beyond Isolation and Sanctions to Dialogue and Engagement: From Cuba to Eritrea

Moving Beyond Isolation and Sanctions to Dialogue and Engagement: From Cuba to Eritrea

18 December 2014

By Dr. Samuel Mahaffy, PRESIDENT Obama correctly acknowledged today, in regard to U.S. sanctions against Cuba, that “isolation has not worked” and that it is time for a “new approach.”  He added:  “Our policies toward Cuba have gotten us nowhere.” I commend President Obama for his courage in correcting course on an ill-conceived and ineffective […]

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A Delegation from Hungary Visiting Eritrea

A Delegation from Hungary Visiting Eritrea

18 December 2014

By TesfaNews, A DELEGATION from the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has arrived in Eritrea this week for a bilateral talk. The delegation was led by Mr. Andrads Szabo, Head of the African Desk. The delegation is currently holding a series of bilateral talks with a number of government ministries on investments, trade, […]

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Norwegian Government Delegation Returned After 3 Days Eritrea Visit

Norwegian Government Delegation Returned After 3 Days Eritrea Visit

18 December 2014

By Yohanes Tesfay, THE delegation of the Ministry of justice of Norwegian government conducted a 3 day working visit to Eritrea from the 14th to the 17th of December. The delegation consisted of Mr. Jan Bugge-Mahrt, Ambassador, Ministry of Foreing Affairs; Mr. Siw S. Lexau, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Justice and Public Security; Mrs. […]

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Samuel Tsegay Wins ‘Villa de Quintanar’ Cross-Country

Samuel Tsegay Wins ‘Villa de Quintanar’ Cross-Country

18 December 2014

By Steven Mills (IAAF), WORLD half-marathon silver medallist Samuel Tsegay from Eritrea ran to a commanding victory in testing conditions at the 33rd edition of the Cross Nacional Castellano-Manchego in Quintanar on Sunday (14). Tsegay, who ran a half-marathon lifetime best of 59:21 to win the silver medal in Copenhagen, made his strength show on […]

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Is President Obama’s Wind of “Change” Blowing Towards Eritrea?

Is President Obama’s Wind of “Change” Blowing Towards Eritrea?

17 December 2014

By Berhane Alazar, LATELY, albeit somewhat belated, the wind of Obama’s once promised “Change” that never was, and under whose jargon Senator Barack Obama got help to win the highly contested US presidency, finally seems to have picked up some steam. From establishing diplomatic relations with Cuba today to, possibly, reclassifying the Palestinian Hamas faction […]

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From Cuba to Eritrea: Extending the Conversation on Failed Sanctions

From Cuba to Eritrea: Extending the Conversation on Failed Sanctions

17 December 2014

By Dr. Samuel Mahaffy, FROM the U.S. White House today, President Obama correctly acknowledged in regard to sanctions against Cuba that “isolation has not worked” and that it is time for a “new approach.” Listening to his speech, I reflect that nearly every statement made in regard to the ineffectiveness of sanctions against Cuba apply […]

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Habtom Merhay Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Smuggling Eritreans and Ethiopians into the U.S.

Habtom Merhay Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Smuggling Eritreans and Ethiopians into the U.S.

17 December 2014

By U.S. Department of Justice, AN ERITREAN national, who is also a citizen of the United Kingdom, was sentenced today (16) to three years in prison for smuggling up to 99 undocumented migrants from Eritrea and Ethiopia into the United States. Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney […]

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The Powers of an Eritrean Identity

The Powers of an Eritrean Identity

16 December 2014

By Amanuel Biedemariam, WHAT are the measuring sticks of Eritrean identity? The answers should and must always be engrained deep into the minds and hearts of every Eritrean. Because that is the reason Eritrea exists as a nation today; the reason Eritrean Flag stands amidst the flags of nations at the United Nations and everywhere […]

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President Receives Credentials of New Qatar and China Ambassadors

President Receives Credentials of New Qatar and China Ambassadors

16 December 2014

By Shabait, PRESIDENT Isaias Afwerki today received the credentials of the new Ambassadors of Qatar to Eritrea, Mr. Mohammed Bin Rashid Al-Humeidi, and Mr. Qiu Xuejun of the People’s Republic of China. The ceremony took place at Denden Hall here in the capital.

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Eritrea’s Future Looks Bright for Businessmen: Ambassador Firat Sunel

Eritrea’s Future Looks Bright for Businessmen: Ambassador Firat Sunel

16 December 2014

By Diva Business Magazine, FIRAT Sunel is an author from İzmir and a senior diplomat. His novel, “Salkım Söğütlerin Gölgesinde” (In the Shadow of Weeping Willows), is widely acclaimed and soon will be released as TV series. His new novel, “İzmirli” (The One from İzmir), will also meet with readers in January. However, this time […]

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Ethiopia: TPLF, a Niche of Human Trafficking

Ethiopia: TPLF, a Niche of Human Trafficking

15 December 2014

By AmanuelBiedemariam, AFTER the war of 2000 failed to do the job, the Tigray People Liberation Front (TPLF) and their handlers developed schemes to yank Eritrean youth out of their country, homes and livelihood. They targeted the youth to deprive Eritrea from the workforce necessary to build a nation and, to degrade the military’s capacities […]

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