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US Special Envoy Arrives in Eritrea

US Special Envoy Arrives in Eritrea May 6, 2021: President Isaias Afwerki received, at Denden Guest House this afternoon, US Special Envoy Ambassador Jeffrey Feltman. In the four-hour long meeting, President Isaias underlined Eritrea’s readiness to work in cooperation with the US in the efforts to resolve the problems in the Horn of Africa. Ambassador […]

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Eritrean President on a Working Visit to Sudan

President Isaias Afwerki on a Working Visit to Sudan Asmara, 04 May 2021- President Isaias Afwerki in the morning hours of today, 4 May, departed to the Sudan for a two day working visit. Upon arrival at the Khartoum International Airport, President Isaias and his delegation were accorded warm welcome by the President of the […]

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US Envoy Heads to Eritrea, Horn of Africa

US Envoy Heads to Horn of Africa By Margaret Besheer | May 03, 2021 NEW YORK – U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is sending his special envoy for the Horn of Africa to the region Tuesday in a bid to de-escalate tensions. In a statement, Blinken said Ambassador Jeffrey Feltman will visit Egypt, Eritrea, […]

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The Horn of Africa: Challenges and Opportunities

The Horn of Africa: Challenges and Opportunities Apr 30, 2021 As it will be recalled, the end of the Cold War thirty years ago had engendered much hope and optimism in the Horn of Africa. The opportunities that loomed in the horizon were indeed memorable. This was in spite of the considerable damage incurred by […]

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Ethiopia Keen To Host Second Russia – Africa Summit In Addis Ababa

Ethiopia Keen To Host Second Russia – Africa Summit In Addis Ababa Addis Ababa, April 23, 2021 (FBC) – Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Demeke Mekonnen held discussions on Thursday with Oleg Ozerov, Ambassador-at-Large, and Head of the Secretariat of Russia-Africa Partnership Forum. The two sides discussed preparations for the Second Russia-Africa Summit which […]

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West Aims to Punish Ethiopia Using Tigray Crises Ruse to Contain Chinese Influence in Region, Say Experts

‘Pressure from US, EU could destabilize Ethiopia’ West aims to punish Ethiopia using Tigray crises ruse to contain Chinese influence in region, say experts Seleshi Tessema | 22.04.2021 Pressure from the West, particularly the US, on Ethiopia to cease military operations and engage in dialogue with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) could prove counterproductive […]

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Ethiopia: A New Proxy Battlespace?

Ethiopia: A New Proxy Battlespace? Ann FitzGerald and Hugh Segal Commentary, 19 April 2021 Africa in Perspective, Horn of Africa Current narratives of the Tigrayan conflict require a broader perspective and an understanding of the various interests at play in Ethiopia. The conflict in Ethiopia’s northern state of Tigray is being fought on two interconnected […]

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Ethiopia: Fake Axum Massacre Report Ends Amnesty’s Credibility

Ethiopia: Fake Axum Massacre Report Ends Amnesty’s Credibility BY BILAL DERSO | The Ethiopian Herald    TPLF trains residents in Axum to lie April 13, 2020: The recently issued report of Amnesty International about the fake Axum massacre has put the organization’s credibility into question ,sources said, adding Amnesty has made use of various fake […]

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Eritrean Senior Delegation on a Working Visit to India

Eritrean Senior Delegation on a Working Visit to India April 7, 2021: Eritrea’s delegation composed of FM Osman Saleh and President Adviser Yemane Gebreab are in India for a 4-day working visit. The delegation will meet with Government officials and business people to strengthen the bilateral economic cooperation in agriculture, manufacturing, infrastructure and renewable energy. […]

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The Demise of the TPLF Junta: Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust

The Demise of the TPLF Junta: Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust By: Senait Hadera | Apr 3, 2021 Since the launch of TPLF’s suicidal misadventure five months ago, citizens of the Horn of Africa region are observing with incredulity two intertwined reactions from some personalities, states, organizations and the corporate media. The first and […]

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