October 22, 2016

NUEW Branch in North America Holds Congress

NUEW Branch in North America Holds Congress

Asmara, 22 October 2016 – The National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW) branch in North America conducted Congress on 9 October under the theme “Strong Women’s Organization: Foundation for Multi-faceted Development”. The Congress was attended by women, YPFDJ as well as invited guests from 18 cities and 7 districts in North America. The Chairperson of the NUEW branch in North America, Ms. Samrawit Michael gave briefings on the objectives of the Union and the activities undertaken as well as the challenges encountered over the past four years. Read more

February 2, 2016

ESAT Professor Berhanu Nega speech January 31 2016...

ESAT Professor Berhanu Nega speech
January 31 2016 Silver spring MD, USA

ESAT Professor Berhanu Nega speech January 31 2016 Silver spring MD USA Read more

January 9, 2016

Unprovoked US Hostilities Against Eritrea

Unprovoked US Hostilities Against Eritrea

Unprovoked US Hostilities Against Eritrea

Research and Documentation Department
People’s Front for Democracy and Justice 

Asmara, July 2012 | Shaebia

The United States continues to pursue a relentless policy of unprovoked hostility against Eritrea. While the isolated manifestations of this unwarranted policy are readily recognized, the underlying reasons behind this policy, its continuity for the past sixty years, as well as its actual dynamics have not been exposed in much detail and remain blurred. The purpose of this report is to fill this gap. Read more

November 2, 2015

Obama’s US Horn Africa Policies Driven to the...

Obama’s US Horn Africa Policies Driven to the Ground

Obama’s US Horn Africa Policies Driven to the Groundby Amanuel Biedemariam | How can one measure US policy successes or failures? What are US interests in the Horn of Africa? How it is pursued and how effective is it? What did President Obama’s visit to Kenya and Ethiopia signal? Furthermore, can US interest in the HOA only be seen through the lenses of fighting terrorism? These are some the questions on the minds of the people of the region and beyond. Read more

October 13, 2015

It’s time the US drop its hypocritical...

It’s time the US drop its hypocritical stance on Djibouti

It's time the US drop its hypocritical stance on Djibouti

by James Lessons | The United States has a well-worn track record of staying strategically silent about certain countries’ human rights abuses while lambasting others. Nowhere is this two-track approach more visible than in the small country of Djibouti, located in the Horn of Africa. Read more

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Eritrean community festival in Jeddah

President Isaias receives message from Kenyan...

Messages of congratulations

Press Statement – Issue is not the lifting...

Joint Statement of the Bahr Dar Meeting Between...