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Australia: Beyene Semere of SBS Radio Interviews Saleh Johar

On Wednesday May 6, 2015, Beyene Semere of SBS conducted an interview with the Saleh “Gadi” Johar. Beyene Semere is the director of the Tigrinya service of the SBS. The Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) is an Australian public broadcasting radio services which also has an online and  television network. According to Wikipedia, the stated purpose of SBS is “to…

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Egypt To The rescue: Isaias’ Game Interrupted

Isaias Afwerki loves speculation, but he loves rumors about him even more. Between April 28 and 29 Isaias was on a state visit to Saudi Arabia. It was not a rumor, he did arrive in Saudi Arabia because it was reported by the Saudi media, with pictures. But though he controls all the media outlets…

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Jebena Presents Anis Shoshan: The Artist Of Peace

Overnight, Anis Shoshan, a Tunisian poet became a household name around the world. On April 22, 2015, Hannibal Television aired a program called “Taalu Nehkiyu” (Let’s Talk). Anis was sitting at the studio when he was given the microphone to blast his poem of peace that immediately went viral, and carried his name beyond Tunisia and…

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Archives: What Would Isaias Do? Peaceful Or Violent Struggle?

The following was published in June 14, 2007 under the title “What Would Isaias Do?” Since then, the issues that kept the Eritrean opposition busy has remained the: the same debates on topics that prevents Eritreans from focusing on the real task of removing the tyranny ruling Eritrea. Unfortunately, the “new opposition” that was supposed…

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Absence Of Class Is Filled By Something Lower

The following was posted on Awate Forum by Burbank, commenter. In following this website’s goal of advancing intelligent debates, we hope it will encourage debates on important issues. Awatestaff I was glad to read Daniel’s “If You Love Your Country, Reform It” on a Saturday morning. Unfortunately, it is with regret that I share my…

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NEW: Network of Eritrean Women Into The Second Year

After so many years of struggle, Eritrea is still a crude patriarchal society. Little has improved on the rights of citizens; the status women is even worse. Considering the enormity of the Eritrean struggle for freedom, the achievements on gender issues are marginal. Women started to join the struggle starting in the late 1960s and…

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Isaias Wants A Bigger Role In The Yemeni Crisis

As many observers expected, the Yemeni crisis that has been brewing for many years has finally reached its peak. The Arab Spring phenomena that spread to most Arab countries had reached Yemen in 2011. Popular uprising culminated in the overthrow of the Yemeni strongman, Ali Abdullah Saleh. Yemen remained unstable due to the unrest that…

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Hiatus Is Over: Hamdan Resumes Lying

If you are wondering where this appeared, such languages and lies cannot appear anywhere but in the PFDJ websites and its affiliates. People have the right to have a different view about anything, but they do not have to lie and manufacture facts that can easily be disproved. The article appeared on a website that…

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Badme: Woyane’s Fraudulent Casus Belli To Wage War…

12 Jul 2015 Semere Tesfai Comments (325)

On part one of this article, we said - ok the Woyanes were constantly provoking Eritreans (the EPLF government and…

The Churning

14 Jul 2015 Salyounis Comments (99)

There were two demonstrations in Geneva in June 2015 on the occasion of the Human Right Council’s 29th session (HRC…

Eritrea: The Triumph And The Challenge

12 Jul 2015 Petros Tesfagherghis Comments (1)

At last the people of Eritrea are being listened; thanks to the Geneva demonstration.  The date was 26 June, 2015 in…

Daniel Teklehaimanot: King of the Mountains

10 Jul 2015 awatestaff Comments (74)

On July 9, Eritrean cyclist Daniel Teklehaimanot, was named "King of the Mountains" and awarded the polka dotted jersey, after…

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