August 19, 2013

Minister Woldenkiel-A thoroughgoing gentleman in...

Minister Woldenkiel-A thoroughgoing gentleman in the service of the people

Minister Woldenkiel-A thoroughgoing gentleman in the service of the people

The air seemed heavier and it had little to do with the weather outside the Eritrean Civic and Cultural Center (ECCC) Eritreans in the Washington metropolitan area came to pay their respects to the late Minister and veteran fighter Woldenkiel Ghebremarim, who passed away suddenly on 4 August 2013 after conducting a working tour in the Gash Barka region of Eritrea. Read more

August 18, 2013

Azeb Mesfin lost TPLF’s cash cow

Azeb Mesfin lost TPLF’s cash cow

Azeb Mesfin lost TPLF’s cash cowby Abebe Gellaw | The Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) has quietly removed the late dictator’s widow Azeb Mesfin from the helm of EFFORT as Chief Executive Officer a few months after her husband’s demise, it emerged.

Azeb, widely known as the ‘Queen of Mega’ and ‘mother of corruption’ among Ethiopians, had snatched  the reins of  power within the Endowment Fund for the Rehabilitation of Tigray (EFFORT) from her bitter rival Sibehat Nega and Abadi Zemo. She was once the de facto second in command in her husband’s tyrannical regime. Read more

National Festival 2013 opens officially in...

National Festival 2013 opens officially in Dekemhare

Dekemhare, 17 August 2013 – National Festival 2013 was officially opened today in Dekemhare city in the presence of President Isaias Afwerki, Ministers, regional Administrators, Army Commanders, PFDJ Officials, heads of National Associations, religious leaders and numerous participants.

 

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Mr. Efrem Gebrekristos, Administrator of the Southern region, pointed out that the event which is being conducted in the region is a good opportunity for regional and sub-zonal Administrations to depict their development accomplishments and resources. Read more

August 16, 2013

Somalia ‘gang rape’ investigated by...

Somalia ‘gang rape’ investigated by African Union

Soldiers from five African nations serve in the AU force in Somalia

Soldiers from five African nations serve in the AU force in Somalia

The African Union force in Somalia has said it is investigating an alleged gang rape involving its troops in the capital, Mogadishu.

A Somali woman has alleged she was abducted, drugged and repeatedly raped earlier this month by officers from the national army and the AU force. Read more

August 15, 2013

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of...

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of Eritrea: Eritrea’s Response to the SEMG’s Report

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of Eritrea
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Somali president returns home concluding two-day...

China: Contributing to World Peace and Development

Pre-recorded Message delivered by Foreign Minister...

Meskel Holiday celebrated nationwide

The “Interventionist” and “Destabilizer”...

Reflections on the International Day of Peace