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Intense Anxiety Engulfing Eritrea

Since last Spring, when the army started to instruct conscripts returning to their units to stay at home until further notice, the Eritrean government has been facing difficulties in maintaining a properly manned army. A conscript who has escaped Eritrea informed Gedab News, “the government can’t feed the army, so they told us to stay…

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A New Wave Of Escapees Leaving Eritrea

News coming out of Eritrea indicates that refugees are escaping from the country at the rate of about 7,000 people every month. Since the beginning of September, the situation in Eritrea has become tense and that the population is nervous and living in anxiety and panic. In the first half of October 2014 alone, the United…

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Eritrea Watches The Houthi Advance In Yemen

On Monday September 22, 2014, the Yemeni capital city, Sana’a, fell to the Houthi rebels with relatively little media coverage. Since then, the Houthi rebellion that started in the Sa’ada region of North Yemen, under the leadership of Abdulmalik AlHouthi, has controlled more territories; in the last two days alone they took over three regions,…

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UN Sanctions On Eritrea Will Continue Indefinitely

On May 23, 2014 Gedab News predicted that UN Sanctions against Eritrea will stay in limbo, today it has been confirmed that the Sanctions will continue indefinitely. Last year Eritrea complained that it didn’t have a chance to review or comment on the report of the United Nations Somalia-Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) though it refused…

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Sheikh Hamid Saleh Turki Passed Away In Khartoum, Sudan

Sheikh Hamid Turki died today (Wednesday) in a Khartoum hospital at the age of 70. He is a veteran of the Eritrean struggle for self determination. Sheikh Hamid joined the Eritrean Liberation Front (ELF) in the mid 1960s and later studied law in an Iraqi university. He served in different position before being appointed as…

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Eritrean Secret Financial Network Unravels

Gedab News learned that the Eritrean regime is going through a crisis exasperated by the unraveling of the secret operations of Himbol, the ruling party’s foreign currency collecting firm. This new crisis has dealt a fatal blow to the already deteriorated Eritrean economy which is monopolized by the ruling party. The line separating the finances…

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Shortage of Nakfa Bills Reported Outside Eritrea

For the last few days, Eritrean money exchange transactions in the Middle East has been hampered due to shortage of Nakfa bills or difficulty in transferring money to Eritrea. The shortage of Nakfa supply has marginally increased its value. Agents affiliated to the financial arm of the ruling party and its business unit commonly known…

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Eritrea Hands The Djiboutian Soldier Over To Qatar

Awate.com – Gedab News: Over six-weeks after his arrest, and one week after the Arab League condemnation, the Eritrean regime handed the Djiboutian soldier it detained to the Qatari contingent which monitors the demilitarized zone between the two countries. The soldier, Master Corporal Ahmed Abdullal Kamil, was detained from the demilitarized zone as he accompanied…

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As Expected, Arhe’s SDP Wins Swedish Elections

Sweden’s the left-leaning Social Democratic party (SDP) won the Swedish elections, capturing 31.3% of the votes, and Eritrea-born Swedish MP Arhe Hamednaca, a member of SDP, expressed his satisfaction with the election results. The incumbent conservative Moderate Party led by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt came second in the 2014 election wining 22.2% of the votes. Fredrik Reinfeldt announced his resignation…

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Eritrea: Few Embassies, Many Chanceries

13 Oct 2014 Saleh "Gadi" Johar Comments (36)

The democratic regime of Isaias Afwerki is known for its extensive informational (not propaganda) activities and thankfully it enjoys full…

A Coup In Eritrea: Reality Check

12 Oct 2014 Mahmud Saleh Comments (33)

I would like to thank Amanuel Hidrat for his well researched and educational article. I really appreciate the time and…

UN Sanctions On Eritrea Will Continue Indefinitely

10 Oct 2014 Gedab News Comments (123)

On May 23, 2014 Gedab News predicted that UN Sanctions against Eritrea will stay in limbo, today it has been…

Democratic Coup In Eritrea: Unrealistic Utopian Project

09 Oct 2014 Amanuel Hidrat Comments (76)

When you undertake a revolution, the difficulty is not to make it go; it is to…

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