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Ethiopia/Eritrea: Never miss what Issaias Afeworki cannot do
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Ethiopia/Eritrea: Never miss what Issaias Afeworki cannot do

Isaias Afewerki on ESAT By Hailu Kassa March 20, 2015 One would be forgiven for choosing to discuss the modern day Ethiopian Idol Show or our traditional local brew varieties which are more of a benefit to our ordinary people than any of the ... Nazret.com, 1 month ago

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Eritrea: On Isaias Afewerki and the Media

Eritrea: On Isaias Afewerki and the Media By Tadeos Daniel President Issayas is once again in the spotlight! I remember him winning the Person of the Year choice on the Ethiopian Review website in 2008. The publisher and editor-in-chief of this ...
 Nazret.com1 month ago
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Isaias Afwerki's dictatorship in Eritrea and democracy in Ethiopia

The Great Illusion Part II By Worku Aberra Some political organizations that are committed to democracy and national unity in Ethiopia seem prepared to accept assistance from and to ally with the dictator. Although some have attempted to ...
 Nazret.com2 weeks ago

The depressing reason the Mediterranean migrant crisis won't end any time soon

Antonio Parrinello/Reuters Deaths in the Mediterranean are on a dramatic uptick, according to Patrick Kingsley of The Guardian: Med deaths, 2014 Jan—12 Feb— 24 Mar— 10 Apr— 50 TOTAL 96 Med deaths, 2015 Jan— 77 Feb— 346 Mar— 63 Apr ...
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Mediterranean migrant deaths: Call for action as details of tragedy emerge

With up to 950 feared dead at sea, leaders say more must be done to save lives Video will play in Play now Don't auto play Never auto play The light on the horizon was supposed to signal salvation. A Portuguese cargo ship, on its way to Libya, had ...
 New Zealand Herald14 hours ago

Action not words for this tide of suffering

London: It was the leader of one of the smallest countries in Europe who spoke with the loudest voice. As 700 migrants were reported to have perished in the Mediterranean, Joseph Muscat, the prime minister of Malta, rounded on his fellow European ...
 Canberra Times1 day ago Leaders are big on words but short on action  Irish Independent1 day ago Mediterranean drownings: Action not words for this tide of suffering  Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago

Ethiopia: Save me from the kindness of my friends

By Yilma Bekele We all have a few issues. Some are real while a few are due to ignorance but somewhere in between there are some topics raised by some folks that stops you on your track. All one can do is stand back, raise an eyebrow, take a ...
 Nazret.com4 weeks ago

DW's Amharic Service Turns 50

press release On March 15, 1965, Deutsche Welle's first Amharic radio program for Ethiopia went on the air. Ever since, the Amharic service has accompanied millions of listeners through Ethiopia's turbulent history. In retrospect, the first ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago
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Secretive state: Why so many Eritreans flee their country

Share This Tags Asmara, the country's capital, comes alive at night Eritrea is considered one of the most repressive and secretive states on earth. The UN says forced labour and detention without trial are common. ...
 People Daily1 month ago Inside the secretive state of Eritrea  BBC1 month ago
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