International Women’s Day, March 11, 2017
Women for Change in Eritrea
The Women of Houston, Texas
Proudly honors our 5th annual International Women’s Day event, on March 11, 2017, in Houston, Texas. Women for Change in Eritrea along with our sisters of Houston, Texas will host our annual Empowerment Workshop, where we will have an open discussion
....Last July, an air shipment of North Korean military communications equipment, sent from China and bound for Eritrea, was intercepted in an unnamed country. The seized equipment included 45 boxes of battlefield radios and accessories labeled "Glocom", short for Global Communications Co....
It is in Kuala
Arbeshto, which its equivalent cognate in Italian is “rovesciato” and the English equivalent is “bicycle kick,” can be used as a strategy because of its surprising nature of doing or using backward double kicks to score an unexpected goal. The purpose of Arbeshto is to
Eritrea Travel Warning
Saturday, February 25, 2017 :: Staff infoZine
The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Eritrea. The Government of Eritrea restricts the travel of all foreign nationals in the country, including U.S. diplomats. These restrictions make it difficult
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) urged UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to take steps to address the urgent issue of safety of journalists.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Secretary General Christophe Deloire and the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) Executive Director
Swedish starlet Alexander Isak will become one of the best in the world - former team-mate Dickson Etuhu
Alexander Isak is already a full international. Credit: PA
By Will Unwin
Borussia Dortmund starlet Alexander Isak is the biggest thing to come out of Swedish football since Zlatan Ibrahimovic,
Eritreans who are familiar with the history of Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, the 93 years old strong man with one foot in the grave, are watching him intently and wondering whether Isaias Afwerki, who has just turned 72 recently, is going to follow the same
Between 2007 and 2015, Export-Import Bank provided 48 insurance policies to Connell Company to work with mining companies in seven African countries
An obscure US government agency has provided $315m in taxpayer-supported financing over the past decade to a company that has supplied equipment to African
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is alarmed to learn that radical Islamists have been threatening and attacking the journalist Shamael Al-Nur in the media ever since she denounced the government’s public health policies in a column in the independent newspaper El Tayar on 2 February.
By Gregor Brown
MUSCAT, Oman (VN) — Eritrean Merhawi Kudus of Dimension Data sat on the sea wall in Muscat taking in the rugged cityscape after the Tour of Oman finished. He said the white jersey, his first at bike racing’s top level, holds importance as
One of the United Nations’ top human rights experts says Switzerland had no good reason to crack down on Eritreans.
François Crépeau, a Canadian lawyer who serves as the UN’s special rapporteur on the human rights of migrants, lashed out at Switzerland’s recent decision to tighten
The Gambia has formally sworn in its new elected President, Adama Barrow, in front of a crowd of thousands including African heads of state.
It was the second time he had taken the oath after his formal inauguration was delayed by the reluctance of his predecessor
Nairobi — Foreign military intervention in Africa is controversial when it happens, and occasionally controversial when it doesn't.
It's a symptom of the fragility of African states, and the power of external interests. The long and inglorious history of intervention runs from colonial and post-colonial struggles,
Eritrean national cycling team defends title at the ongoing 2017 African Continental championships in Luxor, Egypt, after scooping a bgold medal in the Elite Men Team Time Trial.
Eritrean women team also won gold medal.
The experienced Eritrean quartet of Abraham Meron, Gebreigzabhier Amanuel, Habtom Awet, Teshome
The 17-year-old girl arrived alone in San Jose on Friday, marking a new chapter in a painstaking journey that took her from a refugee camp in Ethiopia to a new life in the Bay Area.
Waiting at the end of a long passageway was her new foster
Dr. Gebre Gebremariam will give a public seminar on: “The Peter Pan Syndrome in the Eritrean Politics: Dysfunctional Leadership and the Predicament of the Eritrean Nation State”
Venue: Hdri Jeganuna Official Room
Date: Saturday, 18 February 2017
Time: 8:00 p.m. (Berlin Time) or 2:00 p.m.