January 28, 2012

Mekete in Hamburg

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January 27, 2012

Tourism is Dangerous in Ethiopia Thanks...

by Amanuel Biedemariam | Late Monday on January 16, 2012, Ethiopia reported two Germans, two Hungarians and an Austrian were killed in a deadly attack in Ethiopia’s North-Eastern Afar region. During the attacks, a Hungarian and Italian were wounded while two Germans had been kidnapped. The unsuspecting tourists were attacked, wounded, captured and killed inside Ethiopia. This incident was unfortunate for those who lost their lives, those that suffered through it and, for their families. This incident was also devastating for the tourism industry of Ethiopia and those who depend on it for their livelihood. Read more

January 26, 2012

The Eritrea-Ethiopia border issue has...

Asmara, 26 January 2012 – Mr. Christian Glaunsinger, a political analyst, said that the Eritrean-Ethiopian border problem has been legally closed with the EEBC’s final and binding ruling, as well as the virtual demarcation in accordance with the Algiers Agreement and is a closed case that should not be revisited in letter and spirit as a cause whenever the situation in the Horn of Africa is raised. Read more

VOA: Eritrea urges UNSC to re-examine

VOA: Eritrea urges UNSC to re-examine

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January 25, 2012

Security Council should fulfill its...

The Eritrean Foreign Ministry, noting that the regime which continues to occupy sovereign Eritrean territories in lieu of its masters for more than 10 years rejecting the EEBC’s final and binding decision, is endangering the values of international laws and regional peace, and called on the Security Council to fulfill its responsibility in ensuring regional peace and territorial integrity of member states. Read more

President Isaias receives credentials of several...

Restoring and Reinforcing the Goodness of Humanity

MoA: Developing Machine to turn Locusts into...

Eritrean National Cycling Championship 2021...

Dress- More than Meets the Eye

Desertification and Drought Day