December 2nd is an international awareness day to end slavery. On this awareness day, the world is called upon to stay awake and aware paying attention and making efforts to understand the ugly faces of slavery. Those who see and understand the sufferings of those
Leading Sudanese opposition groups on Saturday called for a three-day nationwide strike against fuel subsidy cuts even as security forces cracked down on activists in a bid to quell sporadic protests.
The authorities announced a 30-percent hike in petrol and diesel prices this month that has
Cuba's former president Fidel Castro, one of the world's longest-serving and most iconic leaders, has died aged 90.
His younger brother and successor as president Raul Castro announced the news on state television.
Castro toppled the government in 1959, introducing a Communist revolution. He defied the US
Refugee inventor had a long journey from idea to market
We learnt last week that Buckingham Palace needs rewiring, and its 6,500 plug sockets and 5,000 light fittings replacing, as part of a £369m refurbishment.
Immense as the job sounds, electricians would regard such a contract as
Eritrean People's Pacifism and PFDJ's Untold Crimes;
(Crimes against Humanity:)
There are several different sorts of pacifism, but they all include the idea that war and violence are unjustifiable, and that conflicts should be settled in a peaceful way (BBC ethics guide)which is noble in the first
Responding to a question on his country’s efforts in becoming part of the Arab League, Saleh said the Eritrean leadership would look into joining the pan-Arab body should such steps fulfill the interests of the nation and the Eritrean people.
Malabo – Eritrea’s Foreign Affairs Minister
Justin L. Wilson - International Policy Digest
Ambassador Herman J. Cohen (Ret.) served in the U.S. Foreign Service for 38 years and has dedicated his entire professional career to African affairs. During his tenure as Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs during the first Bush
About 27,500, mostly Nigerians and Eritreans, arrived Italy in October, the European Union’s border agency, Frontex, said.
The agency said nearly 27,500 migrants arrived in Italy in October, an all-time monthly record fuelled by favourable weather conditions.
It said on Wednesday in Rome that the figure was
‘Dubs eligibility rules’ restricting child migrant entry to UK by age and nationality slammed by shadow home affairs minister
The Home Office has come under attack over the publication of new, highly restrictive, eligibility criteria for child refugees hoping to be transferred from France to Britain, which will
By Guy Faulconbridge and Estelle Shirbon | LONDON
The BBC said on Wednesday that its World Service will begin broadcasting in 11 additional languages in a drive to reach millions more people, including in places like North Korea where impartial news is hard to get.
Intense Anxiety Engulfing Eritrea(awate.com)
Disgust is not the only word to be used in the period of avoidance by our king Issayas,aka
Yohannes V. who can argue with now, it is more than disgust and anxiety or evenif we call it hell.
It is a situation which annoys
7807TH MEETING (AM)
Security Council Extends Arms Embargoes on Somalia, Eritrea, Adopting Resolution 2317 (2016) by 10 Votes in Favour, with 5 Abstentions
Key Members Differ over Neighbour’s Support for Al-Shabaab Terror Group, Release of Djibouti Prisoners Taken during 2008 Border Clashes
The Security Council today
Isayas has been suiting everything to his whims commending and condemning or avoiding and compromising or admitting and denying in order to benefiting the vision for his tyranny. As powerful as he is, nothing lies outside Isayas’s power in that he shuts the door on
The UK has deployed its most advanced warship to guard commercial shipments through a narrow strait off the Yemeni coast, through which most of Britain’s oil and gas supply travels, The Times reported on Wednesday.
The deployment of the HMS Daring ship has not yet been made public
Protesters have marched in several cities across the United States, angered by the surprise election of Donald Trump. Demonstrations began shortly after president-elect Trump claimed victory in the early hours of Wednesday, and spread that night to several major cities.
A number of the demonstrations were
Trump rides wave of anti-establishment sentiment to one of the most improbable political victories in modern US history.
Donald Trump shattered expectations on Tuesday with an election night victory that revealed deep anti-establishment anger among American voters and set the world on a journey into the
Eritrea's Ghirmay Ghebreslassie won the New York City Marathon in the men's field.
Mary Keitany won her third straight New York City Marathon to become the first woman to win three consecutive marathons in New York since Grete Waltz's five-year run from 1982 to 1986.
Ghebreslassie finished his