May 27, 2012

Thousands of Eritreans Rally in Washington, DC

Thousands of Eritreans Rally in Washington, DC

by Sophia Tesfamariam | Washington DC tourists from across the United States and many more from places such as China, Germany, Japan, India and Ukraine were treated to a spectacular show of unity, dignity and pride when thousands of Eritreans rallied in front of the White House on 25 May 2012. Read more

May 20, 2012

Eritreans Celebrate Independence and Protest...

Eritreans Celebrate Independence and Protest Ethiopian Occupation

by Sofia Tesfamaryam | As part of the 21st Independence Anniversary commemorations which will include a festive picnic on Saturday 26th May 2012 and a musical gala at the renowned Convention Center in Washington, DC, Eritreans and Americans of Eritrean origin will conduct a rally to celebrate 21 years of pride and dignity. Read more

August 31, 2011

Cultural Program organized in connection...

Asmara, 31 August 2011- A public program was organized highlighting the Golden Jubilee (50th Anniversary) of the launching of the Eritrean people’s armed struggle for independence.

Government and PFDJ officials, as well as a number of citizens from inside the country and abroad took part in the event held at Cinema Roma that was broadcast live by ERI-TV and Dimsti Hafash. Read more

July 9, 2011

A Warm Welcome to Independent South...

Eritreans welcoming the brotherly new nation of South Sudan | It has been 56 years in the making, but it is finally here. The year 1955 marks the beginning of the struggle of the people of South Sudan for dignity and self-determination; July 9, 2011, the successful completion of that epic national effort. Read more

May 29, 2011

Eritrea symbol of social justice and...

Asmara, 28 May 2011 – The Eritrean Charge d’Affaires in the Scandinavian countries, Mr. Yonnas Mana, said that the nation has become symbol of social justice and independent path through rebuffing various enemy acts of hostility and conspiracy.

In a meeting he held with Eritrean citizens living in Sweden, Mr Yonnas indicated that enemy quarters have committed historical blunder for the second time through resorting to unjust move as a result of their frustration over the Eritrean people’s integrated rebuff. In this respect, he stated that the latest ploy is being foiled as ever through the firm unity of the Eritrean people.

Mr. Yonnas further pointed out that the ever more colorful celebrations of the 20th anniversary of Independence Day conveyed strong message to hostile quarters. He also called on Eritrean nationals in different parts of the world to enhance participation in the national cause.

A total of 101 Eritrean students, including one pilot graduated in various fields on the occasion. Read more

Reflections on ‘Hamid Idris Awate 1915-1962’

The National Unity and Identity of Eritrea

Our Greatest Resource and Most Precious Asset

September 1st: a Road to Liberty and Dignity

Eritrean community festival in US

Graduation of members of 33rd round of National...