Ethiopia and Eritrea: Brothers at war no more
The relationship between Eritrea and Ethiopia is arguably the most important and volatile in East Africa.
Eritrea: Face-Lifting of Park in Edaga-Hamus Underway
The Administration of Edaga-Hamus sub-zone, Asmara, stated that the face-lifting of the park in in the quarter has begun involving a total expenditure of 5.5 million Nakfa.
Eritrea: Central Region - More Than 500 Youth Workers Become Beneficiaries of Various Trainings
A total of 546 youth workers in the Central region have become beneficiaries of trainings in AutoCAD use, research methodology, Principles of Management, language and installation system of electricity, water line, as well as sewage in buildings.
Eritrea: Construction of Housing Complexes in Asmara Begins
The construction of housing complexes in Asmara for residential and business purposes has begun in line with the government's recent plan.
Crocodile tears of the Eritrean regime
The Eritrean regime had at different times called on Journalists to Asmara or Massawa, when the government is in tumultuous political moment.
Undeterred by perils, migrants flee hardship in Eritrea
Ten years ago, Eritrean migrant Habtu hunkered down on the vomit-stained deck of a creaking trawler on the Mediterranean Sea, making the final stage of his perilous bid to reach Europe.
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State Department Issues Travel Warning on Eritrea
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 -- The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs issued the following travel warning: The U.S. Department of State continues to warn U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Eritrea and strongly recommends U.S. citizens defer all travel to the country.
Eritrea: Mothers in Asmara City Administration Center Host Lunch...
Mothers in the Administration of Asmara City Center have hosted lunch honoring members of the People's Army engaged in development campaigns in Debarwa sub-zone.