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Ethiopian Regime a Step Away From Its Own Grave

Ethiopian Regime a Step Away From Its Own Grave

“The government is merely a servant―merely a temporary servant; it cannot be its prerogative to determine what is right and what is wrong, and decide who is a patriot and who isn’t. Its function is to obey orders, not originate them” - Mark Twain By Yosef Tesfasilas, UNFORTUNATELY, the Ethiopian Woyane regime has never been a servant […]

Ethiopian Regime a Step Away From Its Own Grave
Eritrea: College Graduates on the Rise

Eritrea: College Graduates on the Rise

By Shabait, THE number of College graduates in the country is increasing due to the extensive educational opportunity and endeavors, coupled with immense investment being made on the part of the Government to promote equitable educational opportunities to nationals. In an interview he conducted with ERINA, Prof. Tadasse Mehari, Executive Director of the National Board for […]

Eritrea: College Graduates on the Rise
Ethiopian PM Humiliated after APU Revokes Honor

Ethiopian PM Humiliated after APU Revokes Honor

By Abebe Gelaw, ETHIOPIA’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn faced a stinging humiliation as Azusa Pacific University (APU), whose motto is “God First”, has withdrawn an honor it had already bestowed on him. The university administration had to reverse its decision to honor Mr. Desalegn in light of gross human rights violations in Ethiopia being perpetrated by […]

Ethiopian PM Humiliated after APU Revokes Honor
Djibouti: President Guelleh Reconcile With His Longtime Enemy and Possible Successor

Djibouti: President Guelleh Reconcile With His Longtime Enemy and Possible Successor

By TesfaNews, PRESIDENT Ismaïl Omar Guelleh (IOG) has got a beautiful surprise for his opponents in the country. He quietly reconcile with his long time nightmare and rivalry Ismael Guedi Hared. Not only that. To cement their new found friendship, Guelleh allowed his daughter to marry Guedi’s nephew. But who is Ismael Guedi and why Ismael Guelleh […]

Djibouti: President Guelleh Reconcile With His Longtime Enemy and Possible Successor
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ኢትዮጵያ ሰራዊታ ብብዝሒ ናብ ሰሜናዊ ክፋል ግዝኣታ ትጓርት ኣላ፡ ESAT

ካብ ኢሳት ዜና፥ ኣብ’ዚ ቀረባ እዋን ኣብ ቤት ጽሕፈት ቀዳማይ ሚኒስትር ኢትዮጵያ ብክፍሊ ጸጥታ እታ ሃገር ዝተመርሐ ኣኼባ ድሕሪ ምክያዱ፡ ቁጽሮም ብርክት ዝበለ ኣባላት ሰራዊት እታ ሃገር ምስ ከበድቲ ኣጽዋራቶም፡ ብለይቲ ናብ ከተማታት ሽሬ፡ ተከዜ፡ ወልቃይት፡ መተማን፡ ኣርማጭሆን ዝኣመሰሉ ሰሜናዊ ክፋል’ታ ሃገር ክግእዙ ጀሚሮም ኣለዉ። 

ኢትዮጵያ ሰራዊታ ብብዝሒ ናብ ሰሜናዊ ክፋል ግዝኣታ ትጓርት ኣላ፡ ESAT
Ethiopian Regime a Step Away From Its Own Grave

Ethiopian Regime a Step Away From Its Own Grave

25 July 2014

“The government is merely a servant―merely a temporary servant; it cannot be its prerogative to determine what is right and what is wrong, and decide who is a patriot and who isn’t. Its function is to obey orders, not originate them” - Mark Twain By Yosef Tesfasilas, UNFORTUNATELY, the Ethiopian Woyane regime has never been a servant […]

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Eritrea: College Graduates on the Rise

Eritrea: College Graduates on the Rise

24 July 2014

By Shabait, THE number of College graduates in the country is increasing due to the extensive educational opportunity and endeavors, coupled with immense investment being made on the part of the Government to promote equitable educational opportunities to nationals. In an interview he conducted with ERINA, Prof. Tadasse Mehari, Executive Director of the National Board for […]

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Ethiopian PM Humiliated after APU Revokes Honor

Ethiopian PM Humiliated after APU Revokes Honor

24 July 2014

By Abebe Gelaw, ETHIOPIA’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn faced a stinging humiliation as Azusa Pacific University (APU), whose motto is “God First”, has withdrawn an honor it had already bestowed on him. The university administration had to reverse its decision to honor Mr. Desalegn in light of gross human rights violations in Ethiopia being perpetrated by […]

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Djibouti: President Guelleh Reconcile With His Longtime Enemy and Possible Successor

Djibouti: President Guelleh Reconcile With His Longtime Enemy and Possible Successor

24 July 2014

By TesfaNews, PRESIDENT Ismaïl Omar Guelleh (IOG) has got a beautiful surprise for his opponents in the country. He quietly reconcile with his long time nightmare and rivalry Ismael Guedi Hared. Not only that. To cement their new found friendship, Guelleh allowed his daughter to marry Guedi’s nephew. But who is Ismael Guedi and why Ismael Guelleh […]

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ኢትዮጵያ ሰራዊታ ብብዝሒ ናብ ሰሜናዊ ክፋል ግዝኣታ ትጓርት ኣላ፡ ESAT

ኢትዮጵያ ሰራዊታ ብብዝሒ ናብ ሰሜናዊ ክፋል ግዝኣታ ትጓርት ኣላ፡ ESAT

23 July 2014

ካብ ኢሳት ዜና፥ ኣብ’ዚ ቀረባ እዋን ኣብ ቤት ጽሕፈት ቀዳማይ ሚኒስትር ኢትዮጵያ ብክፍሊ ጸጥታ እታ ሃገር ዝተመርሐ ኣኼባ ድሕሪ ምክያዱ፡ ቁጽሮም ብርክት ዝበለ ኣባላት ሰራዊት እታ ሃገር ምስ ከበድቲ ኣጽዋራቶም፡ ብለይቲ ናብ ከተማታት ሽሬ፡ ተከዜ፡ ወልቃይት፡ መተማን፡ ኣርማጭሆን ዝኣመሰሉ ሰሜናዊ ክፋል’ታ ሃገር ክግእዙ ጀሚሮም ኣለዉ። 

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South Boulder Mines Affirms Sulphate of Potash Production Using Colluli salts

South Boulder Mines Affirms Sulphate of Potash Production Using Colluli salts

22 July 2014

By Proactive Investors, SOUTH Boulder Mines’s 50/50 Joing Venture with the Eritrean National Mining Company (ENAMCO) delivered many positives during Fiscal Year 2014. This included finalisation of the Colluli Mining Share Company (CMSC) shareholders agreement, re-evaluation of resource development options for the project, re-establishing the feasibility study with an alternate development strategy, assigning key consultants to […]

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Juba Accuses “Neighboring Country” of Arming Rebels

Juba Accuses “Neighboring Country” of Arming Rebels

22 July 2014

By TesfaNews, SOUTH Sudan on Monday accused an unnamed neighboring country of allegedly supporting opposition forces fighting the Juba government. The army chief of general staff, Gen. Paul Malong Awan, said there were some “unusual” movements within South Sudan’s borders, but declined to name country allegedly involved in dealing with the rebels. “We have not reached that level […]

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Posted in Ethiopia, NewsComments (15)

African Economic Outlook 2014: Eritrea’s Private and Financial Sector

African Economic Outlook 2014: Eritrea’s Private and Financial Sector

22 July 2014

By Magidu Nyende and Luka Okumu, A combination of restrictive government policies, shortages of foreign exchange, declining remittances and heavy government borrowing from the banking sector has severely inhibited private-sector activity and development in Eritrea. Consequently, the private sector remains small, underdeveloped and crowded out by the state’s growing role in the economy. 

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African Economic Outlook 2014: Eritrea’s Monetary and Debt Policy

African Economic Outlook 2014: Eritrea’s Monetary and Debt Policy

22 July 2014

By Magidu Nyende and Luka Okumu, ERITREA’S monetary policy has mainly been geared to accommodating the public fiscal deficits. Broad money supply increased sharply to 119% of GDP in 2011 and 2012. Due to exceptionally high deficits in the previous years, the authorities had to resort to central-bank financing. Credit supply to the private sector […]

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African Economic Outlook 2014: Eritrea’s Fiscal Policy

African Economic Outlook 2014: Eritrea’s Fiscal Policy

22 July 2014

By Magidu Nyende and Luka Okumu, EVIDENCE-based assessment of fiscal policy in Eritrea is severely constrained by lack of transparency and availability of basic information on fiscal operations and management, including, of course, the budget. Estimates by various sources, including the IMF, however, indicate a continued improvement in the overall fiscal deficit (after grants) from […]

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Industrialization and Global Value Chains in Eritrea

Industrialization and Global Value Chains in Eritrea

21 July 2014

By Magidu Nyende and Luka Okumu, THE Government of Eritrea considers global value chains as one of the main engines for reducing economic volatility and improving growth. Major activities within the value chain are currently performed in the provision of ancillary services, production of agricultural goods, processing, natural-resource extraction, and sales and marketing. The mining sector has […]

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Ethiopia: Why General Tsadkan Broke into Tears in the 1998-2000 Border War with Eritrea? (Translation)

Ethiopia: Why General Tsadkan Broke into Tears in the 1998-2000 Border War with Eritrea? (Translation)

21 July 2014

Translated from Tesfaye Gebreab’s recently published memoir of the 1998-2000 Ethiopia – Eritrea border war titled “የደራሲው ማስታወሻ”። An account of an Ethiopian army colonel. By Bereket Kidane, “Good morning Colonel?” “Greetings Mr. Journalist” “I appreciate your punctuality.” “Well, I am a soldier aren’t I?” “So let’s get to it. You had said that you were […]

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Posted in Ethiopia, NewsComments (13)


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