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Abiy Threatens Eritrean Sovereignty

Last month the Ethiopian Federal Forces transported low-bed trucks loaded with tens of tanks heading towards the direction of Djibouti.

Somalia Elects President Hassen Sheik Mahmoud

Somalia led the ex-president Formaggio to the Exit door and welcomed President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud who won the election by

Tension in the Eritrean Ethiopian Border

(Reading time: 5 minutes) Gedab News learned that, over the last two weeks, large contingents of [Eritrean and Tigrayan] forces

Ethiopia, Eritrea and Sudan in Turmoil

After three-years of chaos, Sudan is still going through a precarious political situation where the central government has little control

Ethiopia Prepares for a Negotiated Settlement

On Sunday, a two-day long pan-Ethiopian meeting concluded in Addis Ababa. The preparatory meeting elected a committee that will draw

Tens of Newly Arrived Eritreans Flood Ethiopia

[Gedab News, Dec 26, 2021] Reports from Ethiopia indicate that since the beginning of 2020, more than 65,000 Eritrean escapees have arrived

Eritrea: A Conveyer Belt Supplying Mercenaries

Eritrea has been a training ground for Sudanese opposition groups that finally made peace with Khartoum and were absorbed in

Alleged Consultation to Form a Military Wing Unfounded

Gedab Investigative Report: On July 30, 2021, an Eritrean website reported about a “consultation between Eritrean entities.” It further reported that

The Flow of More Ethiopian Refugees Exasperates the Situation in Sudan

Reported by ME Sudan News Agency (SUNA) reported that until July 27, 2021, about 3,000 Ethiopian refugees from the Amhara

ENCDC Expresses Its Support for the Eritrean Government in Exile

Eritrean National Council for Democratic Change (ENCDC) has expressed its support for the Eritrean Government in Exile (GiE) initiative. In

ELF Statement: The War In Tigrai

On June 29, 2021, the Eritrean Liberation Front (ELF), a part of Eritrean National Council for Democratic change (ENCDC), an

Eritrean Refugees at Risk as Connection to Tigray Is Blocked

News coming from Ethiopia indicate that communications to Tigray was blocked since yesterday evening. It’s unclear whether the disconnection is

Behind The News of The Capture of Humera

A few days after the fall of Humera in Tigrai last November, Eritrean and Amhara region militia forces seized an

The Two-Pronged Ethiopian Civil War: Propaganda and Bombs

Gedab news learned that Eritrean refugees in  May-Aini and Adi-Harish refugee camps in Tigray, have not faced major displacement. The refugees are still

Ethnic Profiling of Tigrayans in Ethiopia

Ethiopian security forces are carrying out an extensive ethnic profiling and arresting Tigrayans, particularly in Addis Ababa and other major

Saudi Memo; Eritreans in Eastern Sudan Victimized

Updated with a copy of the embassy memo Gedab News received an alleged copy of a memo that the Saudi

Over 2000 citizens Crowd Eritrean Embassy In Addis Ababa

Lately, crowds of frustrated Eritreans have been crowding the Eritrean embassy hoping it will facilitate their return to Eritrea. A

Kenya: Eritreans and a US$3.4 Million Burlap Swindle

How many Jute plants does it take to make US$3.4 million worth Jute bags? The Kenyan Fraudsters didn’t have to

UAE-Eritrea: Strained Relationship

Last June,  a small ship arrived from the UAE carrying relief aid for Eritreans in Dankalia. However, the Assab port

Civil Strife Claims Lives in Eastern Sudan

The latest civil strife in Eastern Sudan has subsided leaving over a dozen people dead and over sixty people wounded.

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