Horn of Africa: Victim of U.S. Conspiratorial Policies
Friday, 01 July 2011 12:42 |
In 1991, a year during which Eritrea won its sovereignty after three decades of bloody war, as well as when both the peoples of Eritrea and Ethiopia entered a new historic chapter following the regime change in Addis, virtually all well-wishers were optimistic of the good prospects in the Horn of Africa–a region that had purportedly bade farewell to the dark age.
Belligerence of Despondency
Tuesday, 28 June 2011 10:30 |
As attempts by historic enemies of the Eritrean people resorted to carry out blatant aggression were foiled, and overt and covert ploys employed to disrupt strong national unity through the use of firepower were shattered, the UN Security Council eventually passed the 1907 sanctions resolution at the behest of the U.S. Administration.
The Qatari Sports Delegation Visit: Manifestation of Brotherly Ties of the Eritrean and Qatari Peoples
Friday, 03 June 2011 10:53 |
Asmara hosted this week close to 70-membered high delegation of Qatari sports community. The visit this sports delegation paid is a tribute to the brotherhood and historic relations of these two peoples.
Sudans at a Precarious Stage
Tuesday, 31 May 2011 12:18 |
Following the secession of the North and South Sudan, both nations have entered into a critical phase that requires responsiveness and solemnity. The constancy of the two Sudans shoulders heavy responsibility, provided the ties they would establish is not only vital for peaceful coexistence of the peoples of both Sudans, but rather for the stability of the entire Horn of Africa region.
If A Partner In Crime Is Prosecuted, What AboutThe Principal Swindler!?
Tuesday, 26 April 2011 12:16 |
Media outlets have lately been taking center stage with money laundering at issue that former Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, is due to be indicted for corruption during his tenure as president.