ERITREA’s relentless unstable political situation has reached a new plateau. The corrupt political agenda in our region is unquestionably deceiving our people and sadly it is not organic; it is manufactured and politically imported by cold hearted superpowers and manipulative societies lately obediently implement by treacherous allies in the region.
It is true the insignificant and endless political vying in our region resulted, in a disastrous economic and cultural crisis for the people of the region. The economic and political instability, has forced the displacement of people; sometimes with heartbreaking results. This is especially true when embarking on dangerous and risky routes to Europe, the Levant and nearby African countries. Continue reading Eritrea: The Quandary of Human-Trafficking Issue→
The end of sporadic power supply in Eritrea is on the horizon as the extension and construction programs at the Hirgigo thermal power plant is almost complete.
According to African Energy Intelligence sources, Hirgigo power plant will go fully operational later this year.
The country have seen multiple power cuts in the last couple of years mainly due to shortfalls in the supply. The current output at Hirgigo, the biggest plant in the country, and that of Belaza (17MW) accounts for 90% of all supply in Eritrea; and together lose 18% of the power they generate. Continue reading Power Outage to End in Eritrea→
THIS is the Glen Ford Report on The Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries coming to you from Baltimore.
Eritrea and Ethiopia, two of the world’s poorest countries, spent hundreds of millions of dollars in a war between them. They have suffered tens of thousands of casualties as a direct consequence of this war, and all over border disputes. Now Ethiopia’s calling for more sanctions against Eritrea.
OVER 500 Eritreans and their friends held a “Rally for Truth, Peace, Justice and Eritrea” demanding an end to the ongoing occupation of Eritrean territories; immediate full implementation of the 13-year old Eritrea Ethiopia Boundary Commission’s (EEBC) ruling, whose verdict was rendered on 13 April 2002; and the lifting of the illegal and unjust US-imposed UN sanctions on Eritrea. Continue reading Eritreans in the Bay Area Hold Rally for Truth, Peace and Justice→