The Eritrean Dictator Isaias Afwerki, along with his delegation arrived in Addis Ababa in the morning for a three-day State visit. Thousands of people, many waving Eritrean flags, lined the streets of the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, to mark his visit. His visit comes just five days after Prime Minister Abiy visited Asmara.
From 1961 until 1991, Eritrea had fought a long war of independence against Ethiopia. For 1998-200 war, according to a ruling by an international commission in The Hague, Eritrea broke international law and triggered the war by invading Ethiopia. The fighting also spread to Somalia as both governments tried to outflank one another. Eritrea Supported Ethiopian oppositions while Ethiopia supported anti-Eritrea movements.
Ethiopia has accused neighboring Eritrea of attempting to compromise its security by supporting “destructive” groups.
According to reports Ethiopia’s state television, Eritrea is supporting groups smuggling weapons across the border. Ethiopia is currently under a state of emergency as the country works to replace prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn who announced his resignation last month.
Eritrea’s government rejected allegations by […] Continue reading →
Eritrean authorities shot and killed over 30 young protesters, wounded and jailed hundreds at the student manifestation against for transferring all schools to become community schools administered and financed by the public. Some of the protestors were chased, all the way to Akria the neighborhood of the school where many of the students were from.
Eritrea is […] Continue reading →
Eritrean-trained Benishangul front surrendered to Ethiopian regime 14/07/2017 from Ethiopianism Prof. Muse Tegegne on Vimeo.
Eritrean-trained Benishangul front surrendered to Ethiopian regime
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The Horn of Africa region is central to the world’s maritime trade. It’s also beginning to fall apart.
BY ALEX DE WAAL EthiopEthio Original Title “Africa’s $700 Billion Problem Waiting to Happen
Back in 2002, Meles Zenawi, then prime minister of Ethiopia, drafted a foreign policy and national security white paper for his country. Before finalizing it, he confided […] Continue reading →
Original title “Eritrea and Ethiopia: Beyond the Impasse”
Jason Mosley, April 2014
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Opportunities exist for external efforts to foster improved relations between Eritrea and Ethiopia. This will involve questioning some of the underlying assumptions about their conflict and current regional dynamics. A fresh approach should involve engagement with each country individually, rather than immediate attempts […] Continue reading →
Eritrea is undermining stability in conflict-ravaged Somalia by paying political agents and a warlord linked to Islamist militants to influence the Mogadishu government, U.N. sanctions experts said in a confidential report.
The Eritrean government has long denied playing any negative role in Somalia, saying it has no links to Islamist al Shabaab militants fighting to […] Continue reading →
This is a discussion with Canada based Ethiopian Radio Yenesew on Eritrea.
Since here Independence in 1993 Eritrea did not yet able to construct a state. Issaias Afwerki is just a puppet for Operation areas founded during the liberation struggle. The Eritrean fighters are still in Liberate zones not in a country.
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Eritrean B.General Teleke Mengus sells Eritrean refugees to Arabs as medical spare parts
Eritrean B.General Teleke Mengus sells Eritrean refugees to Arabs as medical spare parts. (Watch Videos)
The head of the Eritrean Boarder Surveillance department B. General Tekel Menejus with his colonels control the human trafficking and body part commercialization of Eritrean refugees. In the past […] Continue reading →
July 3, 2012: Ethiopia has emerged as East Africa’s political powerhouse, despite being landlocked. Eritrea controls what used to be Ethiopia’s seaports, before Eritrea became a separate nation in 1991. Since then Ethiopia has relied upon Djibouti and the Somaliland Republic for port access. Last year Ethiopia and Djibouti discussed constructing a new railroad line […] Continue reading →