Operation Fenkil at its 31st Anniversary

Operation Fenkil, the epic three-day fierce battle to liberate the port city of Massawa
“Today is the 31st Anniversary of “Operation Fenkil”, the epic three-day battle for the liberation of Massawa. As the penultimate battle for the full liberation of the country, Operation Fenkil epitomized EPLF’s military prowess, ingenuity, meticulous standards of planning and coordination.” – Yemane G/Meskel

BY HABTOM TESFAMICHAEL | SHABAIT

The month of February takes a center stage in the heart of every Eritrean as we commemorate “Operation Fenkil”, which resulted in the liberation of the port city of Massawa following a three-day fierce battle, from 8th to 10th of February 1990. Continue reading Operation Fenkil at its 31st Anniversary

Tigray: Story of a Fall Between Tragedy and Falsehood

The truth must be respected.

BY ROBERT CROWE | ASSOCIATED MEDIAS *

Disinformation is the latest dangerous weapon left in the hands of the Tigray elites and their allies who have not accepted the change of government in Ethiopia led by Nobel Peace Prize winner Abiy Ahmed. The U.S. magazine “The Week” is the latest victim of this barrage of fake news subtly branched out by what remains of the TPLF, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, the party of former Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, and of current WHO Director-General Tedros Adhamon. Continue reading Tigray: Story of a Fall Between Tragedy and Falsehood

Ethiopia to Close Two Refugee Camps in Tigray

One is due to its proximity to the Eritrean border and the other for its inhospitable geographical condition.

Ethiopia plans to close Shimbela and Hitsats refugee camps in the northern state of Tigray, according to the country’s refugee agency.

BY KALKIDAN YIBELTAL | BBC NEWS

Ethiopia plans to close two camps in the northern state of Tigray that have been caught in the fighting between the state’s formers ruling party and the federal government, according to the country’s refugee agency. Continue reading Ethiopia to Close Two Refugee Camps in Tigray

Egypt, Eritrea Foreign Ministers Discuss Egyptian Fishermen’s Release

Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry held a telephone conversation with his Eritrean counterpart Osman Saleh to discuss the release of Egyptian fishermen detained in Eritrea.

BY SAMI HEGAZI | DAILY NEWS EGYPT

Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sameh Shoukry, held a telephone meeting with his Eritrean counterpart, Osman Saleh, to discuss the release of Egyptian fishermen detained in Eritrea.

During the conversation, Shoukry confirmed Egypt’s interest in releasing the detained fishermen as soon as possible, in recognition of the relations between the two countries. Continue reading Egypt, Eritrea Foreign Ministers Discuss Egyptian Fishermen’s Release

Biased Media Attacks on Ethiopia Endangered Horn of Africa Region

The exaggerated hysterical claims are designed to inflame public opinion against the government of Ethiopia. (Map: Al-Jazeera)

BY LAWRENCE FREEMAN

In January 2021, the world witnessed a barrage of attacks on Ethiopia aimed at undermining the efforts of Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed to preserve the sovereignty of the Ethiopian nation. This is a dangerous gambit not only for the potential harm it can trigger for the people of Ethiopia, but also for the security of the Horn of Africa. Continue reading Biased Media Attacks on Ethiopia Endangered Horn of Africa Region

Barentu – Shambiko Highway Expansion Underway

The Barentu – Shambiko segment of the strategic Barentu-Mendefera main road is undergoing renovation and expansion.

BY SHABAIT

As part of the strategic Mendefera-Barentu Highway route, new Shambiko – Barentu road is being constructed.

Indicating that the Shambiko – Barentu road has been difficult for transportation, Mr. Teame Ande, coordinator of the road construction project, said that the road work is being carried out by the cooperation of Bidho General Construction Company and the Adi-Halo Project. Continue reading Barentu – Shambiko Highway Expansion Underway

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