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Homeopathic Vs. Ebola;  Criminal Ignorance In the Medical Industry Ortac Resources Confirms High Grade Gold, Copper Mineralisation In Eritrea Yemen ex-President, His Allies to Face UN Sanctions You Can Make a Diplomat Out of a Thug but You Can’t Unmake the Thug into a Diplomat Twentieth Edition of Eri-News is Out
 
Homeopathic Vs. Ebola;  Criminal Ignorance In the Medical Industry

Homeopathic Vs. Ebola; Criminal Ignorance In the Medical Industry

By Thomas C Mountain, AS THE deadly virus named Ebola continues to rage in west Africa there maybe homeopathic medicines that prevent and cure this disease but due to what would best  be described as the criminal ignorance dominating the medical “industry” it is highly unlikely that we will ever know if this is possible. […]

Homeopathic Vs. Ebola;  Criminal Ignorance In the Medical Industry
Ortac Resources Confirms High Grade Gold, Copper Mineralisation In Eritrea

Ortac Resources Confirms High Grade Gold, Copper Mineralisation In Eritrea

By Joshua Warner, ORTAC Resources Ltd Tuesday said it has received the final results from the completed trenching programme on its Yacob Dewar deposit in Eritrea, which has confirmed the presence of near surface high-grade gold and copper mineralisation. “The results have once again provided clear evidence that Yacob Dewar is showing encouraging signs of […]

Ortac Resources Confirms High Grade Gold, Copper Mineralisation In Eritrea
Yemen ex-President, His Allies to Face UN Sanctions

Yemen ex-President, His Allies to Face UN Sanctions

By Al Jazeera, AL JAZEERA has learned that the UN is preparing to impose sanctions on five high-profile Yemenis including the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh. A UN panel of experts found that the individuals had been undermining Yemen’s democratic transition. Three of those named are leaders of the Houthi rebel group that has seized […]

Yemen ex-President, His Allies to Face UN Sanctions
You Can Make a Diplomat Out of a Thug but You Can’t Unmake the Thug into a Diplomat

You Can Make a Diplomat Out of a Thug but You Can’t Unmake the Thug into a Diplomat

By Alemayehu G. Mariam, I HAVE often contended that the ruling regime in Ethiopia controlled by the Tigrean Liberation Front (TPLF) is a thugtatorship, the highest stage of African dictatorship .  If democracy is government of the people, by the people and for the people, a thugocracy is a government of thugs, for thugs, by […]

You Can Make a Diplomat Out of a Thug but You Can’t Unmake the Thug into a Diplomat
Twentieth Edition of Eri-News is Out

Twentieth Edition of Eri-News is Out

By Eritrean Mission to the AU and UNECA, THE Twentieth 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, several topics such as the 25 foreign ambassadors appointed to Eritrea; Eritrea’s participation […]

Twentieth Edition of Eri-News is Out
African Union’s Quest for Alternative Sources of Finance: Lessons from the Recovery and Rehabilitation Tax of Eritrea

African Union’s Quest for Alternative Sources of Finance: Lessons from the Recovery and Rehabilitation Tax of Eritrea

18 August 2013

By Elias Begashaw, The African Union has been struggling to find adequate finance to pay for its activities for as long as its existence. The annual contributions from the Member States only cover a fraction of its expenses. Up to 96% of the programme budget of the organs of the Union is hence covered by […]

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Homeopathic Vs. Ebola;  Criminal Ignorance In the Medical Industry

Homeopathic Vs. Ebola; Criminal Ignorance In the Medical Industry

21 October 2014

By Thomas C Mountain, AS THE deadly virus named Ebola continues to rage in west Africa there maybe homeopathic medicines that prevent and cure this disease but due to what would best  be described as the criminal ignorance dominating the medical “industry” it is highly unlikely that we will ever know if this is possible. […]

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Ortac Resources Confirms High Grade Gold, Copper Mineralisation In Eritrea

Ortac Resources Confirms High Grade Gold, Copper Mineralisation In Eritrea

21 October 2014

By Joshua Warner, ORTAC Resources Ltd Tuesday said it has received the final results from the completed trenching programme on its Yacob Dewar deposit in Eritrea, which has confirmed the presence of near surface high-grade gold and copper mineralisation. “The results have once again provided clear evidence that Yacob Dewar is showing encouraging signs of […]

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Yemen ex-President, His Allies to Face UN Sanctions

Yemen ex-President, His Allies to Face UN Sanctions

20 October 2014

By Al Jazeera, AL JAZEERA has learned that the UN is preparing to impose sanctions on five high-profile Yemenis including the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh. A UN panel of experts found that the individuals had been undermining Yemen’s democratic transition. Three of those named are leaders of the Houthi rebel group that has seized […]

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You Can Make a Diplomat Out of a Thug but You Can’t Unmake the Thug into a Diplomat

You Can Make a Diplomat Out of a Thug but You Can’t Unmake the Thug into a Diplomat

20 October 2014

By Alemayehu G. Mariam, I HAVE often contended that the ruling regime in Ethiopia controlled by the Tigrean Liberation Front (TPLF) is a thugtatorship, the highest stage of African dictatorship .  If democracy is government of the people, by the people and for the people, a thugocracy is a government of thugs, for thugs, by […]

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Twentieth Edition of Eri-News is Out

Twentieth Edition of Eri-News is Out

20 October 2014

By Eritrean Mission to the AU and UNECA, THE Twentieth 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, several topics such as the 25 foreign ambassadors appointed to Eritrea; Eritrea’s participation […]

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A Passionate and Reasoned Plea to End Sanctions against Eritrea

A Passionate and Reasoned Plea to End Sanctions against Eritrea

19 October 2014

An Open Letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon To Your Excellency: THE United Nations sanctions against Eritrea are causing undue harm and hardship to the people of Eritrea. I plead the case to immediately end sanctions against Eritrea that are unjust and counter-productive to the cause of peace in the Horn of Africa. While United […]

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ጠንቂ ግጭት ዶብ ኤርትራን ኢትዮጵያን፡ ዝሓለፈ መድረኻትን በጺሕዎ ዘሎ ደረጃን (ካልኣይ ክፋል)

ጠንቂ ግጭት ዶብ ኤርትራን ኢትዮጵያን፡ ዝሓለፈ መድረኻትን በጺሕዎ ዘሎ ደረጃን (ካልኣይ ክፋል)

19 October 2014

ብ ደበሳይ ነባራይ: ኣብ ዝሓለፉ ሰሙናት፡ ብድምጺ ራድዮ ኣሜሪካ መደብ ትግርኛ ኣብ ዝተፈነወ ቃለ መሕተት ምስ ፕረዚደንት ክሌሌ ትግራይ ነበር ኣይተ ገብሩ ኣስራት ( ደመኛ ጸሊኢ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ ) ንጉዳይ ኤርትራ ኣመልኪቱ ኣብ’ቲ ዝጸሓፎ መጽሓፍ ኣስፊርዎ ንዘሎ መብርሂ ንክህበሉ ተሓቲቱ ምንባሩን፡ ኣብ ቅርሕንትን ጽሌእን : ኣብ ሕልምን ሓሶትን ተመርኪሱ ዝሃቦ መሌሲ ዳርጋ ኩላትና ተኸታቲሌናዮ ክንከውን […]

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South Sudan Protests over IGAD’s Reluctance to Condemn Rebel Attacks

South Sudan Protests over IGAD’s Reluctance to Condemn Rebel Attacks

19 October 2014

By Sudan Tribune, THE South Sudanese government said it was disappointed with the Intergovernmental Authority on Development’s (IGAD) reluctance to hold the country’s rebel forces accountable for the recent military clashes that occurred in Upper Nile state. The South Sudanese embassy in Kenya, in a statement extended to Sudan Tribune, urged regional leaders through the […]

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INTERVIEW: Colluli is the Most Exciting Potassium Sulphate Project Globally

INTERVIEW: Colluli is the Most Exciting Potassium Sulphate Project Globally

18 October 2014

By Kesete Ghebrehiwet, THERE have, of course, been a number of sites that harbor Eritrea’s natural treasures. Such wealth has by far been discovered in the post independence period. Bisha mining has become a key which opened the gate to the country’s natural resources. Zara mining which is nearing to start production has also become […]

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AfDB Approves Eritrea Interim Country Strategy Paper 2014-2016

AfDB Approves Eritrea Interim Country Strategy Paper 2014-2016

18 October 2014

By AfDB, THE Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group on Wednesday, October 15 approved the Interim Country Strategy Paper (I-CSP) for Eritrea. The I-CSP covers the period 2014 – 2016 and aims to assist the Government of Eritrea in addressing its binding development challenges in a coordinated and consultative manner. The strategy […]

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2014 Becomes the Deadliest Year at Sea Off Yemen

2014 Becomes the Deadliest Year at Sea Off Yemen

17 October 2014

By UNHCR, THE UN refugee agency reported there has been a sharp increase this year in the number of migrants and asylum-seekers losing their lives in attempts to get to Yemen, mainly from the Horn of Africa, with more deaths at sea in 2014 than in the last three years combined. One of the recent […]

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Eritrea Calls for a Robust and Concerted Effort on Identification and Prosecution of Human Traffickers

Eritrea Calls for a Robust and Concerted Effort on Identification and Prosecution of Human Traffickers

17 October 2014

By TesfaNews AN ERITREAN delegation led by Foreign Minister Osman Saleh is currently in Khartoum participating at a regional ministerial conference on Human Trafficking and Smuggling in the Horn of Africa. Organized by the African Union (AU) in collaboration with the Government of the Sudan, UNHCR and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Conference […]

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Semhar Araia: From Here to Eritrea

Semhar Araia: From Here to Eritrea

16 October 2014

By Kate Metzger, In a room with 11 White House Champions of Change, Semhar Araia ’99 was meeting with the president. Her cohort that day in April 2012 included individuals who had dedicated their lives to causes such as veterans’ issues, housing and health care. They had an hour with President Barack Obama and each […]

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Uganda and South Sudan Sign Joint Military Accord

Uganda and South Sudan Sign Joint Military Accord

16 October 2014

By TesfaNews, THE South Sudanese government announced on Monday that it has signed a long-term military cooperation agreement with Uganda. The announcement came after South Sudan defence Minister, Kuol Manyang Juuk and his Ugandan counterpart, Crispus Kiyonga held a meeting at which they discussed military and weapons cooperation. Full details of the agreement are yet […]

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