A WOMAN was dangled from a Glasgow tower block by her hair seconds before she plunged to her death.
Alem, an Eritrean national, was described as a “wonderful person” by friends at her local Eritrean Orthodox Church.
One horrified local told the Daily Record: “I could hear hysterical screaming
I remember 1991 as if it was yesterday. I was almost 16 then. The six years that followed were the only glimmer of peace and hope for a whole three generations of us Eritrean. And so, every now and then, my thoughts fly back nostalgically
The Erosion and Surrender of Eritrean Sovereignty: The Work of a Well-Implanted Predatory Mole in the Eritrean Liberation Struggle
“If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it is a duck.” A 19th Century
Clashes between police and protesters break out as Omar al-Bashir announces measures
Sudan’s president, Omar al-Bashir, has appointed a new prime minister, but left the country’s current defence, foreign and justice ministers in place following the declaration of a one-year state of emergency.
Just hours after announcing
You are invited to celebrate International Women’s Day. Join us for an evening at the Amba Hotel with a three-course dinner, accompanied by musical entertainment by renowned Eritrean artists and presentations from inspirational women changemakers.
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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