June 27, 2017

Research Theme Identification Workshop

Research Theme Identification Workshop

The Halhale College of Business and Economics organized a workshop aimed at identifying research theme.

At the workshop in which Mr. Semere Russom, Minister of Education, head of Higher Education institutions and concerned institutions took part, the dean of the college, Dr. Estifanos Hailemariam pointed out that research based studies help students have access to information during the teaching and learning process. Read more

Eid Alfetir celebrated nationwide

Eid Alfetir celebrated nationwide

Eid Alfetir Al-Mubarek was colorfully celebrated nationwide on 25 June.

At the celebration conducted at the Bahti Meskerem Square here in the capital, in which senior government and PFDJ officials, religious leaders and a number of the faithful took part, salat led by Sheik Ibrahim Al Muktar, General Secretary of the Central Office of Eritrean Eftae and Islamic Affairs, was conducted. Read more

Clarifying Recent Coverage on Eritrea

Clarifying Recent Coverage on Eritrea

by Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion | Last week, Newsweek published an article about Eritrea decrying the internal situation in the country. As has become so common with reports on Eritrea, the article was heavily biased, overly simplistic, filled with stereotypes, and devoid of context, ultimately serving to poignantly encapsulate how coverage of the country is so problematic.

Lacking originality or accuracy, the article frames Eritrea alongside North Korea. In recent years, it has become quite common to see Eritrea, a young, low-income, developing country located within the volatile Horn of Africa region, derogatorily described as secretive, the “North Korea of Africa,” or even the “hermit kingdom.” While such statements suggest Eritrea mirrors North Korea or that it remains isolated and detached from the global community, closer analysis (of a number of objective measures) reveals that they are clichéd, cursory, and incorrect. Read more

Interview with Eng Medhanie Teklemaryam, Asmara...

Interview with Eng Medhanie Teklemaryam, Asmara Heritage Project Cordinator

The scientific committee ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) has already approved and passed it on to UNESCO says Eng. Medhanie – this is credit to the people involved in the project with 85 thousand archives scanned at Asmara municipality, 4300 buildings mapped measured to the last inch producing nomination dossier of 1400 pages long which is costly and complex. Read more

June 26, 2017

YPFDJ Leeds held Annual General Meeting

YPFDJ Leeds held Annual General Meeting

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President’s Speech on the Occasion of Martyrs...

Prayer services in memory of Martyrs

قراءة لخطاب الرئيس الارتري الى مجلس الامن...

Press Statement

Asmara Art Deco Exhibition staged in the city of...

Statement of H.E. Ambassador Tesfamicael Gerahtu,...