February 23, 2014

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn’s Confused...

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn’s Confused Statements

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn’s Confused Statementsby Amanuel Biedemariam | On February 10, Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia gave reporters access and conducted a press conference. The statements of Hailemariam are fraught with inconsistencies and telling that there is a serious leadership vacuum and lack of direction in Ethiopia. The statements lack principle, direction and strategy. The messages are inconsistent and contradictory to previous statements. Read more

February 22, 2014

USA vs. China in South Sudan: US Security Strategy...

USA vs. China in South Sudan: US Security Strategy in South Sudan. An Anti-China Strategy?

USA vs. China in South Sudanby Thomas C Mountain | If one asks the question “who benefits from the South Sudanese civil war?” the answer is clear. The USA is presently the ONLY beneficiary of the ongoing horrors in South Sudan for this latest round of conflict has once again shut down the Chinese run oil fields in the country.The USA has determined that its in its “national interests” to deprive China of access to Africa’s oil fields and has succeeded in its goal of again shutting down Chinese oil production in Sudan, the only majority Chinese owned oil field in Africa.

What other evidence links the USA to the South Sudanese civil war? Thanks to Wikileaks we know that the USA via the CIA has been paying the salaries of the South Sudanese Army (SPLA) since 2009. In other words, both the soldiers (“rebels”) supporting Riek Machar and the soldier supporting President Salva Kiir are being paid by the USA, paid to kill each other? Don’t take my word for it, go check Wikileaks. Read more

Central Region Assembly conducts regular meeting

Central Region Assembly conducts regular meeting

016Asmara, 22 February 2013 – The Assembly of the Central region yesterday conducted regular meeting at Asmara City Hall. Speaking at the meeting, Mr. Abraham Semere, Chairman of the Assembly, pointed out that significant accomplishments have been registered in line with the decisions adopted on the previous meeting as regards following up public issues and others, while communal collaboration was described as significant in this connection. He further indicated that the Assembly is working on priority basis as regards human resource development, and called for sustained endeavors in a bid to promoting transportoutreach, as well as soil and water conservation. Read more

Ethiopia: Land, Water Grabs Devastate Communities

Ethiopia: Land, Water Grabs Devastate Communities

Ethiopia: Land, Water Grabs Devastate CommunitiesNairobi – New satellite imagery shows extensive clearance of land used by indigenous groups to make way for state-run sugar plantations inEthiopia’s Lower Omo Valley, Human Rights Watch and International Rivers said today. Virtually all of the traditional lands of the 7,000-member Bodi indigenous group have been cleared in the last 15 months, without adequate consultation or compensation. Human Rights Watch has also documented the forced resettlement of some indigenous people in the area. Read more

Eritrean Officials met with SEMG in Cairo, Egypt

Eritrean Officials met with SEMG in Cairo, Egypt

Eritrea's ambassador to the UN, Araya Desta Eritrean officials met with the UN Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group on Friday, 14 February in Cairo, Egypt, according to a document published online by the group. During the meeting, the two sides discussed how to facilitate the implementation of Security Council resolution 1907 (2009) and 2023 (2011). Read more

Contribution of nationals in Scandinavian...

Announcement from the Ministry of Health...

Contribution to fight COVID-19 pandemic

Contribution to fight COVID-19

Announcement from the Ministry of Health