Abdella Hamdouk: Last year, the Sudanese Sovereignty Council appointed Abdella Hamdouk as a prime minister. He was sworn in on
Jesus was born in Nazareth*, Galilee, when the Roman emperor Herod ruled Palestine. He was a Roman citizen. Our character
Last week, the former Eritrean Islamic Party for Justice and Development (EIPJD), one of the largest Eritrean opposition organizations, held
Four days after returning from Abu Dhabi where he met Mohammed Bin Zaid of the UAE, on Monday, September 9,
The early morning hours of Thursday ended Omar Al-Bashir;’s thirty-year rule in Sudan. By dawn, a group of military officers
Reactions continue regarding the allegation by the Eritrean government accusing Sudan, Qatar, Turkey, and the Eritrean Ulema League of “acts
Since early 2018, the Horn of Africa region has been going through dramatic developments. The shaky security situation could get
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Reports from Eritrea indicated that the border crossing from the Eritrean town of Um-Hajar to the Ethiopian town of Humera has
Into the noise with a small bucket of water, trying to help put down the fire that the arsonists started.
Following the Ethiopian political developments has become a roller coaster for Eritreans. As much as they are impressed by the
Reports from Northern Eritrea indicate the residents of the Sahel region are facing an acute shortage of foodstuff and other
Israeli pilots refused to take part in “the illegal and inhumane deportations of African refugees and asylum seekers from Israel.
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In an unusual admission to problems it faces, in yesterday’s edition of Haddas Eritrea, a Tigrinya newspaper it owns, the
A turf war has surfaced and it involves the Eritrean ministry of transportation and the economic arm of the ruling
Here is a follow-up on “gual mengedi” – the constitution. I will stick to word limit and make it short.
Generally, when there is a national conflict, the people follow. Their salvation can only come from wise friends—but only if
Now that the endless “silver jubilee celebrations in Eritrea are over, and the epic trip of the torch that remained
(This is a speech I delivered on Wednesday, Dec 12, 2013 at the Hinckley Institute of Politics, University of Utah.)