Lost Boat(ነዚ እንደገና ብተወሳኺ ሓበሬታ ዝተመሓየሸ ዜና ንምርኣይ ብሰማያዊ ሕብሪ ተጻሒፉ ዘሎ ሕጡበ-ጽሑፋት ተመልከቱ) ነዚ ዘሕዝን ፍጻሜ’ዚ ብዝምልከት ዘዝረኸብናዮ ሓበሬታ ከነስዕበልኩም ምዃና ከምዝሓበርናኩም፡ ብፍላይ ንቑጽሪ ናይቶም ግዳያት ብዝምልከት ዝረኽብናዮ ዝያዳ ዝተጻረየ ሓድሽ ሓበሬታ ከምዚ ዝስዕብ እዩ።

Eritrea’s importance in the Horn of Africa regional politics is dictated more by its strategic location along the Red Sea than its wealth. Despite talks of gold discovery, Eritrea is one the world’s poorest countries with an economy that was further bankrupted by a costly and absurd war with Ethiopia in 1998. Yet, Eritrea remains a regional power to reckon with.

Press Freedom Prize

In partnership with the French retail chain FNAC, Reporters Without Borders is delighted to award its 2010 Press Freedom Prize to two symbols of courage, the jailed Iranian journalist Abdolreza Tajik and the embattled Somali news radio station Radio Shabelle.

The Eritrean national team which has been taking part in the recent regional tournament for East and Central Africa, Cecafa, simply melted away in Nairobi, in its entirety, including its reserves, with the intention to seek asylum, according to sources from the Kenyan Capital, Nairobi.

The Eritrean national team which has been taking part in the recent regional tournament for East and Central Africa, Cecafa, simply melted away in Nairobi, in its entirety, including its reserves, with the intention to seek asylum, according to sources from the Kenyan Capital, Nairobi.

ኣብ ዞባዊ ውድድር ኩዕሶ እግሪ ምብራቕን ማእከላይን ኣፍሪቃ  Cecafa ክትጋጠም ዝቐነየት ሃገራዊት ጋንታ ኤርትራ ብምሉኣ፡ እንተላይ ቅያር ተጻወቲ (ሪዘርቫ)  ኣብ ኬንያ ተበታቲና ከምዝተሸርበት፡ ምንጭታት ካብ  ርእሰ ከተማ ኬንያ፡ ናይሮቢ ሓቢሮም።

The Somali Independent News Agency (SOMINA) was unveiled today in Djibouti by Omar Faruk Osman Nur, the secretary-general of the National Union of Somali journalists, and Robert Ménard, the head of the Doha Centre for Media Freedom. It is intended to be an independent source of reliable and objective news about Somalia, one of Africa’s most troubled countries.

The Somali Independent News Agency (SOMINA) was unveiled today in Djibouti by Omar Faruk Osman Nur, the secretary-general of the National Union of Somali journalists, and Robert Ménard, the head of the Doha Centre for Media Freedom. It is intended to be an independent source of reliable and objective news about Somalia, one of Africa’s most troubled countries.

እዘን ክልተ ሃገራት ከም ኣመሪካን ካናዳን ክቀራረባ ምተገብአ። ግን ስለ ምንታይ ኢየን ኢትዮጵያን ኤርትራን እንደገና ኣብ ገምገም ውግእ ዘለዋ?

New draconian restrictions on the coverage of fighting between government forces and rebels by the few media still operating in the capital are “unacceptable,” Reporters Without Borders said today. The restrictions were ordered on 26 November by Mogadishu mayor Mohamed Omar Habeb, a former warlord and governor of the central city of Jowhar who is also known by the nom de guerre of “Mohamed Dhere.”

New draconian restrictions on the coverage of fighting between government forces and rebels by the few media still operating in the capital are “unacceptable,” Reporters Without Borders said today. The restrictions were ordered on 26 November by Mogadishu mayor Mohamed Omar Habeb, a former warlord and governor of the central city of Jowhar who is also known by the nom de guerre of “Mohamed Dhere.”