Djibouti and Ethiopia on Saturday accused neighboring Eritrea of undermining regional stability.
In a joint statement, Djiboutian President Ismail Omar Guelleh and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn called on the international community to "take serious steps against the Eritrean government to prevent it from undermining stability
The breakaway region of Somaliland has started to offload the arms cargo from a ship that recently docked in one of the ports in the region under the cover of darkness, officials have confirmed.
The MV Shakir – a Sudanese-registered ship carrying a large consignment of
(London 04-02-2015) Over a hundred UK based Eritreans participated in giving evidence and insight into the human rights violations taking place in Eritrea to the UN Commission of Inquiry on human rights in Eritrea, during their investigative visit to the UK from the 23rd to
February 5, 2015 (KHARTOUM) – The United States acknowledged on Thursday the visit by two Sudanese officials to Washington which drew criticism from activists and some congressmen.
Sudan’s foreign minister Ali Karti who arrived in a low-profile attended the annual National Prayer Breakfast which took place
Thu Feb 5, 2015 5:39pm GMT
By Ayman al-Warfalli
BENGHAZI, Libya Feb 5 (Reuters) - Clashes erupted in the centre of Libya's main eastern city Benghazi on Thursday as pro-government forces pushed to take the port district from Islamist militants, and seven soldiers were killed, witnesses and military
February 3, 2015
……..in Part I, I described how the aspirations of the Eritrean people have been dashed by PFDJ over the last 20 years and how the national service has ended up becoming a modern day slavery. In Part II, I continued to reflect
(Reuters) - A Russian newspaper critical of President Vladimir Putin is among the nominations for the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize, along with Edward Snowden, Pope Francis and a priest helping African migrants.
Although the committee has marked the last four 10-year anniversaries of the 1945 bombing
Surging away from Japanese rivals Hiroki Kadota and Hiroyuki Yamamoto after 32km, Eritrea’s Tewelde Estifanos won the 64th Beppu-Oita Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, in a personal best 2:10:18 on Sunday (1).
After slow start, with the leaders covering the first kilometre in 3:11
By The Associated Press | Jan. 26, 2015
In rare move, the state-run Al-Ahram newspaper directly criticizes the Egyptian president; calls on him to guarantee public safety.
In an unusually critical column, the chairman of Egypt's state-run daily Al-Ahram newspaper has specifically called out the country's president
Sad, Unfortunate, Bitter Truth
Eritrea is Africa’s North Korea
The following manuscript is a hasty response to a blog I read couple days ago. It was prepared by a 'Senior Editor' and MPA/ID candidate at Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government titled “The Unknown Africa - Eritrea: