March 31, 2014

Eritrea is Participating in the 4th Africa-EU...

Eritrea is Participating in the 4th Africa-EU Summit in Belgium

Eritrea is Participating in the 4th Africa-EU Summit in Belgium

An Eritrean Delegation led by Foreign Minister Osman Saleh has arrived in Brussels, Belgium on 30th March 2014 to participate in the 4th Africa-EU Summit. The preparatory meetings for the Summit started today, 31 March, at the level of Senior Officials from both sides. In this session Eritrea is represented by Ambassador Girma Asmerom.

The Ministerial-level meeting on Peace and Security will take place tomorrow, 01 April. The Eritrean Delegation will participate in this session led by Minister Osman Saleh. Read more

Somali Ogaden Scholars Denounce Ethiopia’s Smear...

Somali Ogaden Scholars Denounce Ethiopia’s Smear Campaign against Ogaden region

Somali Ogaden Scholars Denounce Ethiopia’s Smear Campaign against Ogaden region

by Ahmed Abdi | Somali Ogaden scholars have held a meeting in Kenya’s Refugee Camp of Ifo on Thursday discussing on how to prevent the Ethiopia’s cheap propaganda, denouncing several scholars that wearing Manchester United and playing for Barcelona at the same time,Ogadentoday reported on Friday.

“Ethiopia’s government has waged a smear campaign against our values and traditions stealing our identity and waving a false flag “,Said Haji Abdi. Read more

March 29, 2014

Opinion: Diverting the Blue Nile’s course could...

Opinion: Diverting the Blue Nile’s course could take Africa to war

 Huda Al Hussein by Huda Al Hussein | Water wars, many warn, could be around the corner. After the removal of former President Mohamed Mursi, Egypt has inherited a huge problem: Addis Ababa decided to divert the course of the Blue Nile late May, as part of its project to generate electricity through the construction of the Renaissance Dam. Ethiopia took the decision—which will have a negative impact on Egypt’s share of the water from the Nile—one day after Mursi returned to Cairo from a state visit to Addis Ababa, a move the Egyptians considered as a blow to the Islamist president. Ethiopians seem to have sensed Egypt’s weak position. Read more

U.S. Military Averaging More Than a Mission a Day...

U.S. Military Averaging More Than a Mission a Day in Africa

U.S. Military Averaging More Than a Mission a Day in Africa
Documents Reveal Blinding Pace of Ops in 2013, More of the Same for 2014

by Nick Turse | The numbers tell the story: 10 exercises, 55 operations, 481 security cooperation activities. For years, the U.S. military has publicly insisted that its efforts in Africa are small scale. Its public affairs personnel and commanders have repeatedly claimed no more than a “light footprint” on that continent, including a remarkably modest presence when it comes to military personnel.  Read more

March 27, 2014

Wuch, Vaynak, Hanjema, Desu Heroes that Capture...

Wuch, Vaynak, Hanjema, Desu Heroes that Capture the Eritrean Spirit

Wuch, Vaynak, Hanjema, Desu Heroes that Capture the Eritrean Spirit Read more

“Eritrea’s Anti-Corruption Experience” ...

Eritrean community festival in Qatar

Eritrea’s energy shortfall in supply, almost...

Hirgigo power plant: Project worth over 98 Million...

Cabinet Ministers holds meeting

“Beyond Refugee Crisis and Human Tracking...