December 28, 2014

Eritrea – Nebsna Nfetish…ነብስና...

Eritrea – Nebsna Nfetish…ነብስና ንፈትሽ

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December 27, 2014

Somalia: UN condemns deadly attack on African...

Somalia: UN condemns deadly attack on African Union base

Somalia: UN condemns deadly  attack on African Union baseAfrican Union peacekeepers in Mogadishu, Somalia. PHOTO: AU-UN IST/Stuart Price

The UN has condemned an attack on the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), which resulted in the death of a number of AMISOM soldiers and civilian contractors. Read more

December 26, 2014

Interview with H.E. President Isaias Afwerki

Interview with H.E. President Isaias Afwerki

Interview with H.E. President Isaias AfwerkiOn the 24th of May the people of Eritrea will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their liberation from Ethiopian colonialism. In the preparation of this occasion, Eritrean Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) Website has conducted an extensive interview with President Isaias Afwerki on a range of internal, regional and international issues.

President Isaias Afwerki discussed, among others, the various achievements registered in Eritrea during the past two decades in the economic, social and cultural sectors, especially in infrastructure, institutional capacity-building and minimization of differences in living standards. He highlighted our people’s effective participation in all the areas mentioned above, albeit various obstacles posed against them from time to time.

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Ex-British Citizen ‘Illegally Interrogated’ By...

Ex-British Citizen ‘Illegally Interrogated’ By US Officials In Djibouti

Ex-British Citizen ‘Illegally Interrogated’ By US Officials In DjiboutiBy Ann Brown, Bureau of Investigative Journalism | A former British citizen detained in Djibouti in 2012 alleges he was threatened with physical and sexual abuse and “strongly encouraged” to cooperate with American interrogators before being rendered to New York, court documents reveal. Read more

Senior UN officials in Sudan asked to leave

Senior UN officials in Sudan asked to leave

Senior UN officials in Sudan asked to leaveSudan has been uneasy about attempts to investigate a report that soldiers raped women in Darfur [Getty Images] Protest lodged against expulsions amid rising tensions between Khartoum government and peacekeeping mission in Darfur. Read more

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

The “Needy and Less Capable” African