Tag Archives: Yemen

Eritrea’s Stance on the Security of the Red Sea

Eritrea once again reiterate its stance on the issue of Red Sea Security
Eritrea reiterates, once again, its commitment on the safety and security of the Red Sea.

BY MINISTRY OF INFORMATION | PRESS RELEASE

The geostrategic importance of the Red Sea is too palpable to merit extended elaboration. Global and regional developments in the past decades and current trends further accentuate the full ramifications of its importance. Continue reading Eritrea’s Stance on the Security of the Red Sea

Eritrea, that Iron Alliance with Saudi Arabia

Deepening relation between Eritrea and Saudi Arabia are centered on: South Red Sea security, combating terrorism and trafficking, and confrontation of maritime threats.

BY AFRICA MAGAZINE*

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki met with General Fahad bin Turki Abdulaziz, the commander of Saudi Arabian troops in Yemen. The visit could be filed as a normal courtesy exchange between the two countries. Continue reading Eritrea, that Iron Alliance with Saudi Arabia

Press Release // Al-Jazeera’s Relentless Campaigns of Disinformation

Al-Jezeera have started, once again, spewing false and ludicrous allegations against Eritrea; this time re: a secret UAE run military prison in Assab.

BY MINISTRY OF INFORMATION

The Doha-based Al-Jezeera TV Stations – both English and Arabic Channels – have been spewing false and vicious news about Eritrea this week. This is not, of course, the first time for these Channels to broadcast ludicrous allegations against Eritrea. Continue reading Press Release // Al-Jazeera’s Relentless Campaigns of Disinformation

How Despair Drives Young Ethiopians to Flee to Yemen

Persecution and hardship in the Oromia region drives tens of thousands of migrants each year to cross the Red Sea from Djibouti, in a bid to reach the Gulf

Deadly journeys: Ethiopians at the IOM transit center in Obock, Djibouti, waiting to return home. People on the road to Obock told the Guardian that friends had perished en route. (Photo: Charlie Rosser)

BY TOM GARDNER | THE GUARDIAN

We met in the desert,” says Badru Mohammed, gesturing at his three companions. The four Ethiopian boys pause for breath and refreshment beside the road, grasping their plastic water bottles tightly as they sip, careful not to waste a drop. The Djiboutian sun is still low in the sky but the road is already hot. They have more than 200km left to walk and their plastic sandals are disintegrating. Continue reading How Despair Drives Young Ethiopians to Flee to Yemen

Sudan Assessing Military Participation in Yemen

Sudan says it is evaluating the benefits and drawbacks of its participation in a Saudi-led coalition that has been fighting Iran-backed Shiite rebels in Yemen for more than three years.

BY REUTERS

Sudan is assessing its participation in Saudi-led military operations in Yemen, its defense minister said on Wednesday, amid growing discontent in parliament over high costs and the deaths of dozens of Sudanese soldiers, Reuters reports. Continue reading Sudan Assessing Military Participation in Yemen

Yemeni Rebels Threaten to Strike Somaliland’s Berbera Port

Yemen’s Houthi rebels threatened to strike Somaliland’s Berbera port should the authority continue granting the United Arab Emirates with land for a military base.

BY JERRY OWILLI | CGTN AFRICA

Yemen’s Houthi rebel groups have threatened to strike Somaliland’s Berbera port should authority in Somaliland continue its lease agreement to the United Arab Emirates.

Somaliland – a semi-autonomous region in Somalia – is reported to have signed a deal with the UAE to have the latter use the Berbera Port as a military base. Continue reading Yemeni Rebels Threaten to Strike Somaliland’s Berbera Port