THE NEO-ANDENET GANG STILL STRUGGLING TO MAKE ERITREA A LOW-HANGING FRUIT EASY FOR ETHIOPIA’S NEO-EXPANSIONISTS TO PICK:
Since the day Eritrea’s Atse and Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Dr. Abiy Ahmed, the spearhead of Ethiopia’s neo-expansionist aspirations, signed the so called “peace-agreement “ , followed by very
Fetsum: My experience in Denver Festival (IX)
People may ask why I have been intensely involved in this subject and the answer is as simple as I was an active part of it until things changed unexpectedly. Yet, people do not know the changes because they
Subject: The Woes of Eritrea & Calling, once again, for the Historical WILL and HEROISM of the Eritrean People
First and foremost, one CRUCIAL point must be understood before discussing ANY matter, what so ever, pertaining to Eritrea. It should be unedestood, by friends and foes,
The European Union, EU, has announced a €20 million programme to build roads linking Eritrea’s port cities and the Ethiopian border, a top official announced today.
Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica arrived in Eritrea today, where he launched the project meant to rebuild
My Fellow Eritreans, I am writing this as a deeply concerned Eritrean. I thought it is extremely important to understand the grave situation our country finds itself. Moreover, why are we not united as Eritreans to defend our country? What is going on in Eritrea
What I am about to write on the above Title Subject is actually not a new stuff but repetitious that Dear Readers may definitely find me boring. Be that as it may, I hope you will be magnanimous enough to be patient with me and
Fetsum: My experience in Denver Festival (VIII)
The dictator’s betrayal may have disgraced him to the point of indirectly encouraging few sick Amharas to include Eritrea in the map of their country. That is as dirty as he can be and as low as he can
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Thursday announced the reopening of his country's eastern border with Eritrea, which has been shut since last year.
Bashir ordered the frontier closed in January 2018 after he announced a state of emergency in the eastern region of Kassala to fight
Associate Director, Africa Divisio
Salah Abdalla “Gosh,” director of Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), announced the release this week of 186 so-called “protest” detainees, but said nothing about the fate of the hundreds still locked up in the wake of the bloody, and