January 21, 2012

Terrorism and other acts of subversion...

Asmara,21 January 2012- Mr. Attia Essawy, expert on African issues, said that terrorism and other acts of subversion are ploys to which the TPLF regime employs in a bid to transgress the supremacy of law.

In an interview he conducted with the BBC, he pointed out that the attacks that reportedly occurred in the Afar region of Ethiopia by internal opposition movements resulting from the TPLF regime’s misguided policies and its supporters, and blaming Eritrea to divert the attention of the world from the prevailing internal instability in the country. Read more

January 15, 2012

Gebremedhin Araya: TPLF and its crimes...

WASHINGTON, DC – In this second part of an interview, Gebremedhin continues to narrate a more harrowing story of crimes against humanity committed by TPLF leaders, notably Sebhat Nega and Meles Zenawi.

As we continue to listen to Gebremedhin’s testimony, one question pops up: Does the Ethiopian opposition, beyond the rhetoric of condemning ‘Woyane,’ really know in whose hands is Ethiopia? Read more

January 14, 2012

TPLF regime’s desperate action

The TPLF regime in its futile attempt to jam the Eritrean Television satellite transmission has also blocked five of its own channels and that is the sign of its frustration, disclosed Mr. Yishak Yared, Director of Shabait.com. Read more

October 5, 2011

Senior Foreign Ministry official exposes...

Asmara, 5 October 2011 – Ambassador Fisehatsion Petros, Head of Desks in the Eritrean Foreign Ministry, disclosed that security forces of the TPLF regime harassed an Eritrean diplomat at Bole Airport, in addition to searching and confiscating property and documents in his possession in gross violation of international law and the Vienna Convention.   Read more

March 30, 2011

TPLF’s Bogus Credo

In spite of vast natural endowments, Ethiopia, a country with the largest population and the second largest area in the Horn of Africa, has continued to stand witness to narrow political agenda, corrupt management and servitude, thereby dragging other nationalities into backwardness and poverty, as well as conflict and instability.

Nations and nationalities of any given state would only create a united country through political, economic, social and cultural harmony. Over the past two decades, nevertheless, the regime in Addis Ababa has favored A PRECARIOUS DIVISIVE POLITICS in lieu of an enabling atmosphere for harmony and national unity so as to vertically polarize the Ethiopian people along tribal lines and maintain vested interest of the minority group. Read more

March in Eritrea’s History

Press Statement – EU’s Baseless and Offensive...

The Journey for Equality By: Mikal Tesfay

Ministry of Agriculture Promotes Swine and Rabbit...

Fighting Harmful Traditional Practices

Eritrea’s delegation in Sudan