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ነባር ተጋዳልይን ፋይናንስ ሚኒተር ነበር ኣቶ ብርሃነ ኣብርሀ ትማሊ ዕለት 17 መስከረም 2018 ብዘይሕጋዊ ኣገባብ፡ ብዘይመጸዋዕታን ክስን ቤት ፍርድን ፖሊስን፡ ካብ ቤቱ ምስ ወጸ ብጸጥታ መላኺ ስርዓት ህግዲፍ ኣብ ቅድሚ ሰቡ ተጨውዩ ከም ዘየተመልሰ ተፈሊጡ። ኣቶ ብርሃነ ኣብርሀ ተጨውዩ ከይዱ’ዩ ተባሂሉ’ምበር ከመይን ኣበይን ከም ዝኸደ ክሳብ ሕጂ ዝተረኽበ ሓበሬታ የልቦን። ካብ ሕሉፍ ኣካይዳ መላኺ ስርዓት […]

Letter from Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia

Date: 20 April, 2011 Excellencies, Representative of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

Ethiopia warns of action against Eritrea

Sat Mar 19, 2011 12:20pm GMT By Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Ethiopia warned on Saturday it would take “all measures necessary” against Eritrea, in a rare threat of direct action against a neighbour it routinely accuses of supporting rebel groups. Ethiopia and Eritrea have often traded tough rhetoric since a 1998-2000 border war […]

Eritrea Reopens African Union Mission

Peter Heinlein 19 January 2011 Eritrea has reopened its mission to the African Union, ending years of self-imposed exile from the continental organization. But diplomats say the move does not signal a thaw in relations between Eritrea and its archrival, the African Union host Ethiopia. Eritrea’s ambassador to the African Union Girma Asmerom Tesfay presented […]

Sudan — A nation divided: Eritrea and Ethiopia’s proxy war

Part 6  Saturday 25 December 2010 / by KASSAHUN  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 […]

Eritrean head of state visits Cairo to discuss regional issues

Staff Thu, 02/12/2010 – 14:11 President Hosni Mubarak on Thursday met with his Eritrean counterpart, Isaias Afwerki, in Cairo to discuss African and Middle Eastern issues and bilateral relations. No other officials were present, sources close to the president told Al-Masry Al-Youm. Afwerki last visited Egypt in May. The meeting comes amid deteriorating relations between […]

Eritrea’s internal power struggle

Written by Sim Tack Monday, 26 April 2010 14:41 After trying to fight off accusations on supporting terrorist organizations in Somalia, the Eritrean government is now facing accusations over involvement in a bomb attack that took place in Ethiopia. While at first sight the bomb attack may seem like an unlikely act of Eritrea, some […]

Ethiopia opens new camp for Eritrean refugees

ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopia announced Thursday it has opened a new camp in the north of the country to accommodate the growing number of Eritrean refugees arriving each month. The first batch of 356 people arrived on Thursday at the camp in Adi-Harush in Tigray, the fourth to be established in the region since 2004, […]

Ethiopia famine aid ‘spent on weapons’

Millions of dollars earmarked for victims of the Ethiopian famine of 1984-85 went on buying weapons, according to a BBC investigation.

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