September 10, 2021

Abune Qerlos gives benediction

Abune Qerlos gives benediction

Asmara, 12 September 2016- His Reverend Abune Qerlos, 5th Patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church, gave benediction in connection with Geez New Year.

His Reverend Abune Qerlos, 5th Patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church also congratulated and wished Eritrean nationals at home and abroad, as well as members of the EDF and the faithful a Happy Geez New Year and a year of peace and development. read more

September 8, 2021

Eritrea’s Potential in Aquatic Sports

Eritrea’s Potential in Aquatic Sports

By Sabrina Solomon

Meet Efrem Ghirmai, a swimmer who represented Eritrea at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He is the first swimmer who has hoisted the Eritrean flag at the open­ing ceremony of the Olympics. We had a brief meeting with Efrem and here are the excerpts. read more


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September 4, 2021

Eritrean Animators on the Rise

Eritrean Animators on the Rise

By Asmait Futsumbrhan

Growing up inspired by the animated films they watched, childhood friends Temsghen Kidane and Naod Yacob are pursuing a long awaited dream of becoming animators and artists of comic strips. After getting their bachelor’s degree from college (Temesghen in Land Resources and Environment and Naod in Biology), they are ready to be fully dedicated to producing Eritrean stories in animations and comic strips. read more

September 1, 2021

Our Freedom Through the Remarkable Shot at Mountain Adal By: Lwam Kahsay

Our Freedom Through the Remarkable Shot at Mountain Adal

By Lwam Kahsay
Freedom is the most precious and valuable thing that every human be­ing wants and deserves to enjoy. Er­itrea made a lot of sacrifice to gain its freedom.

September 1 marks the transfor­mation of the political struggle to an armed struggle for Eritrea’s inde­pendence. Eritreans fought together to show their resistance against the Ethiopian annexation of Eritrea. Be­fore the armed struggle started, they had fought legally and peacefully from the 1940’s up to 1961. read more

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September 13, 2021

Adal Poultry Enterprise Demonstrating Poultry’s Potential

Adal Poultry Enterprise Demonstrating Poultry’s Potential

by Habtom Tesfamichael

Adal Poultry Enterprise was established more than 20 years ago at the outskirts of the town of Keren. “Good things come to those who are prepared to work hard on their goal,” says Mr. Omer Yessuf, the acting manager of the firm. We have conducted a brief interview with him, and the excerpts follow. Read more

September 9, 2021

Commemoration of 60th Anniversary of armed struggle for independence

Commemoration of 60th Anniversary of armed struggle for independence

Asmara, 09 September 2021- Eritrean nationals in Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand commemorated the 60th anniversary of the beginning of the armed struggle for Eritrea’s independence with patriotic zeal.

At the commemoration event the Eritrean community held in London on 4 September, Mr. Estifanos Habtemariam, Eritrean Ambassador in Great Britain and North Ireland, gave a briefing on the significance of 1 September in the history of the Eritrean people as well as on the objective situation in the homeland. Read more

September 6, 2021

Ambassador Isa delivered message of President Isaias

Ambassador Isa delivered message of President Isaias

Asmara, 06 September 2021- Mr. Isa Ahmed Isa, Eritrean Ambassador in Sudan, delivered a message of President Isaias Afwerki to Gen. Abdul Fatah Al-Burhan, Chairman of Sudan’s Sovereign Council. The message of President Isaias focuses on the development of bilateral ties and mutual cooperation based on good neighborliness as well as regional issues of mutual interest.

At the meeting held at the office of Gen. Al-Burhan, the two sides discussed strengthening bilateral relations to the benefit of the peoples of the two countries.

Pointing out that the bilateral relation between Eritrea and Sudan is deep-rooted, Gen. Al-Burhan expressed good wishes to President Isaias Afwerki.

September 4, 2021

The Diverse Biodiversity of Eritrea is a National Treasure

The Diverse Biodiversity of Eritrea is a National Treasure

Large animals like the elephant, African wild ass, leopard, and ostrich are recognized as important animals that are well known to Eritreans. Small animals are also part of the biodiversity of Eritrea and most people are not aware that some of these small animals were first described scientifically from Eritrea as long ago as the 1830s. Several species are found nowhere in the world except Eritrea and are thus “National Treasures” that must be protected, studied, and appreciated.

The Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Marine Resources, the Ministry of Water, Land, and Environment and other governmental organizations continue to conduct wildlife surveys in each of Eritrea’s six Zobas so that all Eritrean wildlife can be identified and protected from potentially harmful human activities. Read more

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