Sep 29, 2010 (This Day/All Africa Global Media via COMTEX) — Eritrean mountain runners have thrown down the gauntlet for the rest of the world and African nations who will be coming for the 6th Obudu International Mountain Race and the African Mountain Running Championships holding at the Obudu Ranch Resort in Obudu, Cross River State on November 27.
UNITED NATIONS, September 26, 2010 — The Somalia meeting at the UN on September 23 featured a little notice last minute disinvitation. The UN’s Department of Political Affairs had invited Eritrea, a member of the regional group IGAD which has hosted the leaders of the Alliance to Reliberate Somalia and supports the Al Shabab rebels.
“Engagement with the failing dictators is an exercise doomed to fail before it begins”
The International Crisis Group report on Eritrea recently published in the media under the title, “ Eritrea may become failed state. “ warned the international community to engage with the dictatorship that is uncooperative.
He left behind his wife and young children, as well as his prestigious job as editor-in-chief of the country’s largest circulation newspaper, Setit. It was his work that left Aaron with no option but to flee the country
NO ONE in Africa does big brother better than Eritrea. The Horn of Africa country is a military state. In its paranoia and willingness to shoot itself in the foot it is comparable with North Korea and Niyazov’s Turkmenistan.
The EritreanCommunity Center of Santa ClaraCounty is organizing a networking event for recent arrival Eritrean refugees from camps in Ethiopia. The event is this Friday September 17 at in our new center, located at 1998 Homestead Road #115, Santa Clara, Ca 95050. The new center will have a grand opening ceremony on October 3 starting at .
If navigate to the multiple Eritrean opposition websites today, we actually come across a subject which is a common denominator for all and it’s the vitality of deposing the PFDJ regime. The atrocities committed by this regime caused bitter suffering and pity on the life of our people.
Nairobi – The international community must engage more with Eritrea to prevent it from becoming the next failed state in the Horn of Africa region, the International Crisis Group think tank said Tuesday.
The September 18, 2010 Public Meeting started with the remembrance of our national martyrs, the most recent of whom was the late Mohammed Saeed Naud, a veteran and founder of Eritrean liberation movement (haraka-mahber 7) in the late 1950s.
Eritrea has been deeply troubled since independence in 1991. Following the devastating war with Ethiopia (1998-2000), an authoritarian, militarised regime has further tightened political space, tolerating neither opposition nor dissent.