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Power To The Spirit Of Adi Keih

Food. Clothing. Shelter. These are basic economic needs of human beings. Land. Labor. Capital. These are basic factors of production. The Eritrean regime is a bourgeois society! Even if Marxist lingo is outdated, it describes the regime accurately. And Land has always remained at the center of Eritrea’s problems. Everything is about LAND. For some…

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Congratulating “Stuttering Yemane Gebremeskel”

If he doesn’t change his mind, it seems Isaias Afwerki has finally appointed a minister of information, a position that remained vacant since Ali Abdu, the previous minister, abandoned the PFDJ regime over two years ago. Yemane “Charlie” Gebremeskel was the director of the office of the president, a position he held for as long…

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Support Awate.com To Be Institutionalized

Dear Friends of awate.com, PLEASE SHARE THIS APPEAL IN YOUR CIRCLES Your support donation can be facilitated through the following means: 1. Credit and Debit Cards Click the PAYPAL “Support awate.com” icon and it will take you to the support page. All payments are processed through Paypal. Your support will appear on your bank statement as…

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HSBC: The Swiss Cave Of Ali Baba

Wikileaks. Snowden. Falciani List. What does the exposure of the leaked Falciani list mean to the common person? Probably nothing much to the major victims of foisted poverty. As for the disciples of Ali Baba, perhaps a little regret for not being more careful, but certainly not shame because they’re insolent. Beginning in 2006, the…

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Eritrea: Land Proclamation No 58/1994

PART II – 1 PART II — CORRECTED TRANSLATION OF LAND PROCLAMATION PROCLAMATION NO. 58/1994 A PROCLAMATION TO REFORM THE SYSTEM OF LAND TENURE IN ERITREA, TO DETERMINE THE MANNER OF EXPROPRIATING LAND FOR PURPOSES OF DEVELOPMENT AND NATIONAL RECONSTRUCTION, AND TO DETERMINE THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE LAND COMMISSION. Preamble Whereas the systems…

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Who Will Speak for the Voiceless Eritreans In Sudan?

The December 24 attack on Eritreans at the Shagarab refugee camp in Sudan, when criminal elements of the Rashaida, in collaboration with Sudanese security officials, assaulted, molested, kidnapped Eritreans and torched their huts, is not the first incident and, sadly, won’t be the last incident unless they find a protector. There are four parties that…

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Issues European Foreign Policy Makers Should Consider

Many who would simply explain European policies on Africa as “neo-colonialism” are generally dismissed as paranoid or overly skeptical by those who want to portray themselves as “rational, refined and objective” thinkers. But given the European adventures in dealing with the many crises in Africa, even those who claim rationality are tempted to join the…

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Eritrean Resistance Forces Need An Effective Umbrella

After almost a year-long polarization, the National Council (NC) of the Eritrean National Council for Democratic Change (ENCDC) will convene an emergency meeting in Ethiopia from December 15 to 19, 2014. The NC is composed of 127 members, 19 of whom are not available: some have resigned, some have died and some are unreachable. On December 1,…

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Support Your Website awate.com

This is an appeal that appeared in June of this year; it’s being republished again since last week and will continue to appear on top every week.. Dear Friends of awate.com, It would be nice to have a deep pocketed sponsor to fund your activities. If we had one we wouldn’t solicit your help publicly.…

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Eritrea’s Compulsory “National Service”: 18 and Life

On November 23rd, Tesfa News website reported that the charge d’affairs of the Eritrean embassy to the United States, Mr. Berhane Gebrehiwet, had told a gathering of Eritreans from the United States that Eritrea’s compulsory national service, where Eritreans have been pressed for military and “national development” service for over a decade,  would be restored to its original…

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Eritrea’s Flawed Beginning in 1991: How It Contributed…

24 May 2017 Woldeyesus Ammar Comments (270)

(This paper was presented a year ago at a conference in Geneva entitled:  "Eritrea at Silver Jubilee: Stocktaking on the…

Woldeab Woldemariam, a Visionary Eritrean Patriot, Biography

22 May 2017 Dawit Mesfin Comments (150)

Now I know why a monument has been erected for Alexander Pushkin, the renowned Russian poet, in the heart of Asmara,…

Eritrean Businesses: Between Loyalists and Others

17 May 2017 awatestaff Comments (19)

In recent months, the Eritrean government has been carrying out a heightened surveillance on the Eritrean commercial sector, and reports of…

Sudanese Destinies of Haile Selassie--the Story of A.…

15 May 2017 Omer Gaafar ElSouri Comments (459)

Introduction by the translator:This article is a detailed story of a book which, in its time, influenced the Eritrean National…

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