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Our Condolences to the Alem Meharenna Family

Our deepest condolences to the bereaved Family of Ato Alem Meharenna, particularly to our longtime friend and colleague Tesfalidet Alem

Happy Eid Al Fitr

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Awate.com and Negarit 2021 Fundraising Drive

https://gofund.me/823dd2b7 Since the launch of awate.com on Sept.1, 2000, it has been a labor of love and a volunteer driven

Eritrea: “the Wisdom of Government in Exile”

[This post by HaileTG is brought to the Frontpage from the Awate Discussion Forum.] I understand where [the discussion is]

News and Information, Life and Property

My generation grew up consuming news. In Teashops, particularly in the morning, radios blasting, news bulletins from BBC Arabic, VoA,

A Book Review of “Desecrators of the Sacred Trust”

Review by Semere T Habtemariam Title: Desecrators of the Sacred Trust: The Apotheoses of Donald J. Trump and Isaias Afwerki,

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The Awate Team is grateful for the positive responses to the “Support Awate.com” fundraising call. We hope the enthusiasm is

A Glimpse at Gedli Boulevard, From the sidewalk

Exactly a year and a few weeks ago I wrote a draft article to post on Awate in the form

Tyranny: Slavery Of the 21st century

The last twenty-six years have been the most painful years for the Eritrean people. For more than two decades Eritreans

Ali Saleh Faced Muammer Gaddafi’s Fate

Two days after he disowned his Houthi allies in a television interview, and calling on Saudi Arabia to end its

To Nobody’s Surprise, Sanctions on Eritrea Renewed

(1) The Security Council voted to extend the mandate of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea (SEMG) and to

Eritrea: Choosing Love, Hope Over Hate, Fear

The events at Aldia Islamic School, the address of its Chairman of the Board Mr. Mussa Mohammed Nur; his arrest

Eritrea: The Constitution

Here is a follow-up on “gual mengedi” – the constitution. I will stick to word limit and make it short.

Alamin Abduletif: A Lover, A Poet, A Patriot

If Modern Eritrea is a story with a soundtrack, then surely Alamin Abduletif can compete for top billing of the

Sudanese Destinies of Haile Selassie–the Story of A. Tayfur and his book

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

Sanctions on Eritrea: Will They Or Won’t They?

1. It’s sanctions season, and the question is “will they or won’t they?”  Will the UN Security Council (UNSC) extend

The Chocked Asseb Port

Today’s edition of Negarit consists of an extended part from a June 3, 2011 article, “Unusual: Imagining Asseb Through Djibouti”,

Isaias and His Tactics for a Quarter of a Century

A quarter of a century after independence on May 24, 1991, Eritrea still has some growing agonies to overcome. The

SBS Radio Reads Tedros Abraham’s Article

Since a few months ago, a group of Abyssinian fascists have been spreading hate speech and racial incitement. They have also

A Boy’s Odyssey into the Multicultural Nature of Eritrea

It sounds Like Tigrinya, but it is not Tigrinya. When I was thirteen years old, a kid I met during

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