An Eritrean migrant leaves a detention facility near Nitzana in the Negev Desert in Israel, near border with Egypt. EPA-EFE/Jim Hollander Isaias was 16 when he escaped from Sa’wa, the military training camp for final-year high school students in Eritrea. His parents came...
Exactly a year ago Eritreans could hardly contain their joy as Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed touched down in Asmara. The city had seen nothing like it in a generation that knew war rather than peace. Men and women lined...
The Committee to Protect Journalists and 29 other civil society organizations yesterday sent a letter to members of the United Nations Human Rights Council urging them to continue to scrutinize the human rights situation in Eritrea. The letter was sent ahead of...
Asmara, 19 March 2019- The senior Eritrean delegation comprising Mr. Osman Sale, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Presidential Adviser Mr. Yeman Gebreab held second meeting in the morning hours of today, 19 March with President Muse Bihi Abdi with a...
The political reforms in the Horn of Africa  has been rapidly changed in the geopolitics in the region. The original horn of Africa or Somali peninsula situated in Northern East of Africa are Somalia, Somaliland, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Eritrea. It covers...
Somalia and Eritrea Monitering Group( SEMG)  submitted a comprehensive report to the UN; accused Somali Federal Government(SFG) to support terrorist group Alshabab. SEMG  said in a statement that the Somali government has failed to contain the arms control of traders and...
Reforms currently sweeping through Ethiopia under the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed have implications for the relationship between Ethiopia and its neighbours. Ethiopia is seen as the de facto leading state in the region. But it has a history of clashing with...
With over 100 million people, Ethiopia is easily the most populous landlocked country on earth. When Eritrea seceded in 1993, Ethiopia lost access to its coastline, impeding its economic growth and limiting the nation’s ambitions of becoming a regional hegemon. No...

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