Habte Hagos, chairman, Eritrea Focus
The two-day London Conference looking at how a free and democratic Eritrea might emerge in the future was a fascinating, exhilarating and challenging event. It heard from Eritreans from a range of backgrounds and many viewpoints. There were inputs from experts
For more than four decades one figure has towered over Eritrean life. Isaias Afwerki has ruled Eritrea with a rod of iron, just as he once led the liberation movement that successfully liberated the country in 1991. Previously an enormous asset, he has become the
London, 24 April 2019 – Ambassador Haile Menkerios, who served as the United Nations Special Representative to the African Union, and Eritrea’s ambassador to Ethiopia from 1991 to 2000, is calling for a “national conference of representatives of the Eritrean people that would decide on
My fellow Eritreans, as we all know the YPFDJ conference has taken place in London Hilton Hotel. My first question would be how much did it cost, and who paid it? It is mind boggling to think while the Eritrean people are restricted of drinking
Protest leaders in Sudan have said they have broken off contact with the ruling military council that replaced ousted leader Omar al-Bashir.
They accused it of being composed of "remnants" of Mr Bashir's regime.
Thousands of protesters have gathered outside army HQ in Khartoum for a meeting
Ethio-Eritrea Agreement: Mutual Concern is Good Leadership Impetus
The agreement is driven by concerns. The threat to internal peace is real. If the central stage is to save Ethiopia from disintegration as a falling empire, equally the menace of Somali-like failed state is also hovering over
Commentary, 17 April 2019
Quote: “Poor Isayas already in trap that deserves.no more clubs, good by for good." Unquote by Danilo re: Article: THE ROPE AROUND ADOLF ISIAS’S NECK IS TIGHTENING DAILY: ANY MIRACLE TO SURVIVE THE COMING HURRICANE? (PART I) By: Abdu Habib
Well concluding sentence by Danilo.
NOW, perhaps it is