Reuters in Jerusalem
theguardian.com, Friday 30 August 2013 02.57 BST
Israel plans to soon begin deporting migrants from Eritrea and Sudan, who number more than 50,000, back to Africa via Uganda, officials said.
Israel regards most of the Africans as illegal visitors in search of jobs, and largely rejects the position of human
By Whitney McFerron - Aug 29, 2013 5:26 PM GMT
Dry weather in Eritrea delayed crop growth “substantially” this season in the eastern African nation and eroded pastures needed to feed livestock, the European Union’s crop-monitoring service said.
Drier-than-normal weather in July postponed the start of the so-called Kremti rainy
A slogan borrowed from a different era will not gain us supporters
Do I Believe in “Eritrean Solutions for Eritrean Problems”?
Yes, I do believe in "Eritrean Solutions for Eritrean Problems” and so does every Eritrean. As such, I was willing to represent EYSC in
The Maltese military has rescued 84 migrants from a dinghy floating adrift on rough seas, according to officials.
The 77 men and seven women were found about 81 nautical miles off the south coast of Malta and brought ashore, the Armed Forces of Malta (AFM) said.
“ሎም ዘበን ክረምቲ ካብ ወጻኢ ናብ ኤርትራ ናይ ዝኣተዉ ኤርትራውያን ቁጽሪካብ 1991 ጀሚሩ በብዓመቱ ምስ ዝነበረ ብዝሒ በጻሕቲ ብምውድዳር፣ ካብማንም ግዜ ኣዝዩ ዝተሓተ ከምዝነበረ ንጸብጻባት መዓርፎ ነፈርቲ ኣስመራብምውካስ ምንጭታት ካብ ኣስመራ ሓቢሮም።“ What do you expect when the government keeps on suffocating the Diaspora through its indefinite 2% illegal taxation and monopolizing business completely? What do you think will happen when you fail to provide food, electricity and water to the people? You cannot run a nation
Unfiltered Notes: Pessimism Is Not an Option
Date: August 24, 2013 by Tewelde Stephanos Email: email@example.com
Pessimism has been the prevailing state of mind in Eritrea for some time. And why not? There sure is plenty to be pessimistic about. Ruled by unenlightened group that has consistently
Current development: The isolated and most secretive country has so far dispatched only three press releases this year and here they are:
Eritrean Press Releases in 2013 from SHABAIT
Monday, 29 April 2013
"Moon of the South", an obscure weekly magazine, published excerpts of an interview with Francois Bozize,
Tewahdo church is supposed to be the hope to the hopeless:
By Haben Zeray
Dear Tewahdo Church leaders,
Martin Luther King Jr., said , “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that”. If we are expecting light from PFDJ and its chairman in Eritrea, we are
By Jenny Vaughan
BISHA, Eritrea (AFP) – In a vast pit of red earth, white stone and green ponds, excavators unearth precious copper in Eritrea's first large scale commercial mine.
In its third year of production, Bisha mine -- endowed with gold, copper and zinc -- is Eritrea's
By Jenny Vaughan
ASMARA, Eritrea (AFP) – Long criticised for backing rebel groups across the Horn of Africa, Eritrea has said that ending its isolation is crucial for economic growth, blaming external threats for its slow development.
"We cannot live in isolation, because at the end of the
Fifteen years ago I wrote so many articles on asmarino.com demanding for the assassination of mad dog Isayas Afewerki. I repeatedly warned that mad dog Isayas Afewerki was a declared dictator and that he would ruin the fruits of our long struggle for independence and
Our “Issaias Afewerqi” who art between Asmara and Massawa,
Famous be thy name,
Thy Self-reliance come,
Thy will be done in Ethiopia as it is in Eritrea,
Give us this day our daily “Hateta”,
And forget our Civil Rights, as we forget our sweat, tears, and blood you made us
The PFDJ junta is advertising the sale of housing units in three sites around Asmara, (1) Halibet, (2) Sembel, and (3) Space2000. These sites will comprise of 1048 modern apartments, 376 residential houses, and 256 business units.
What is the catch?
The junta needs money. They need
History says ELF and EPLF refused to unite under unanimous pressure of our people and the fittest survived at last at extreme human, material, psychological and opportunity cost of society to become pain on the butt for the last 22 years as of today. Today