Category Archives: Eritrea

Eritrea’s grand Italian cinemas shudder to the sound of English football

By David Smith in Asmara The calm flow of Martyrs Avenue in Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, is disturbed on a Saturday afternoon by a giant [...]

Eritrea is the most indebted African nation-WEF

  By Staff Reporter   Economics Japan, the world’s most indebted nation, is struggling to emerge from over two decades of stagna [...]

Tour de France #6: Daniel Teklehaimanot makes history as first African in the KOM jersey

By Staff Reporter The 6th stage of the Tour de France would be a historical day for African cycling as Daniel Teklehaimanot became the first [...]

Eritrea has committed Human Rights atrocities-UN

By Staff Reporter     A United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea has found systematic, widespread human-rig [...]

Elusive asylum: African migrants in Israel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPxv4Aff3IA By Staff Reporter THE OBSERVERS DIRECT  24 journalists meet eyewitnesses (Observers) to discuss [...]

East Africa’s political borders flurring turmoil?

By Staff Reporter Lines between countries used to have little importance in Africa‘s most dynamic region. How times have changed. In o [...]

Eritrea National Service causing youth exodus?

By Staff Reporter The large emigration of youths is the clearest sign of extreme domestic discontent with Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki [...]

Djibouti is on the verge of starvation

By Staff Reporter Quarter of Djibouti Population Desperate for Drought Aid – United Nations Nearly a quarter of the population in Djib [...]

East Africa braces for World Cup terror attacks

By Staff Reporter . Somali and Ethiopian nationals arrested as part of a crackdown on terrorism by Kenyan national security officers sit in [...]

Ethiopia regime snoops on opposition using foreign technology-#HumanRightsWatch

By Staff Reporter The Ethiopian government is using control of its telecom system as a tool to silence dissenting voices. The foreign firms [...]

The Nile Basin-Egypt and Ethiopia on the brink of war

Nile River Basin River Nile Basin has the potential of taking Egypt,Sudan,Ethiopia,Eritrea to war.Neighbours argue, Egypt has unfair advanta [...]

South Sudan Crisis-Blame Tribalism

Juba, South Sudan                   Off I go on holiday and suddenly there’s a civil war in S [...]

Breaking News-South Sudan Ceasefire Agreed

South Sudan Updates By Kelvin Mupungu Breaking News Ceasefire has been agreed between the warring parties of President Kiir and former Vice [...]

African migrants in Israel say “NO” to “Apartheid”

Tel Aviv,Israel By BBCAfrica Sudanese ,Ethiopians and Eritreans make the bulk of African migrants in Israel.Israel is accused of sterili [...]

New Pacts Ease Path Toward East African Single Currency-IMF

Cargo loads in Zanzibar, Tanzania: regional pact allows free movement of goods, labor, services, capital (photo: Guido Rossi/ZUMA Press/News [...]

Landmines still pose a danger in Africa

We often write about the human toll of landmines in this blog, but livestock also are routinely victims of landmine incidents.  In November [...]

World reacts to crisis by evacuating South Sudan

Tribalism has split South Sudan A few weeks ago many EAC pundits were busy analyzing whether South-Sudan should be allowed into the EAC bloc [...]

Israel’s Apartheid tactics on African Migrants

Israel Ironic that Israelis refuse to accept refugees.Biblical history is shaped on the basis that other countries accepted Jews as refugees [...]
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