October 28, 2014

10 Reasons Why the UN Should Reject the...

10 Reasons Why the UN Should Reject the Rapporteur’s Report

10 Reasons Why the UN Should Reject the Rapporteur’s ReportSheila Beedwantee Keetharuth meeting with Sophia Tesfamariam – 3 June 2013

by Sophia Tesfamariam | John Philpot, an international lawyer, writing in the recently published book “Justice Belied” writes how overriding selectivity of international law deprives it of legitimacy. He says discriminatory justice is not justice, and describes an international system where “selective prosecution” and the “impunity granted to major powers” undermines its credibility and efficacy. Read more

Amnesty Says Ethiopia Detains 5,000 Oromos...

Amnesty Says Ethiopia Detains 5,000 Oromos Illegally Since 2011

Amnesty Says Ethiopia Detains 5,000 Oromos Illegally Since 2011 Read more

October 27, 2014

Ebola: Liberian President’s doctor son stays...

Ebola: Liberian President’s doctor son stays away

Liberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. Photo: AFPSome weeks ago, we reported the call from the Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for Liberian government workers who were out of the country to return to help fight the Ebola Epidemic. Over the weekend, President Sirleaf also called on the world to respond to the disease that is out of control in her country. Read more

The Great Ethiopian Famine of 1984 Remembered

The Great Ethiopian Famine of 1984 Remembered

eth famine There is famine in Ethiopia in 2014, but it is known by other fancy names

Famine in Ethiopia is a topic that horrifies me. Over the years, I have written long commentaries on the subject often challenging with incontrovertible facts the fabricated and false claims of the Tigrean Peoples Liberation Front and its late leader Meles Zenawi that there has been no famine in Ethiopia since they took power in 1991. Read more

Mr. Al-Amin holds talks with Sudanese First Vice...

Mr. Al-Amin holds talks with Sudanese First Vice President

Mr. Al-Amin holds talks with Sudanese First Vice PresidentAsmara – The Secretary of the PFDJ, Mr. Al-Amin Mohammed Seid, yesterday held talks with the First Vice President of the Republic of Sudan, Gen. Bekri Hassan Saleh, on enhancing bilateral relations.

Speaking on the occasion, the Sudanese official pointed out that Eritrean-Sudanese relations rests on solid ground as it is both historical and people-based. He further indicated that such ties presently stands at the highest level thanks to relations of partnership on the part of both governments. 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