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  1. Sheri Lynn HowardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Bangor Daily News

    Sheri Lynn Howard, age 46, died at her home March 21, 2015. Sheri was born July 1, 1968, in Asmara, Eritrea to Francis "Jim" and Margo Connor.


  2. EU hopes to curb exodus from Eritrea through development aidRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | AlertNet

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  3. Ethiopian fighter jets hit Eritrean Bish mine a " Sudanese newspaper saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | Tigrai Online

    Sudanese newspaper reports Ethiopian fighter jets attacked the Eritrean Bisha Gold mine . A Sudanese newspaper, Al-Sahafa on it's 21, 2015 print reported Ethiopian fighter jets bombarded the only profitable mining company in Eritrea.


  4. Eritreans flee camps but find they're in psychological prisonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Mail & Guardian

    Eritrea is one of the most repressive states in the world and the refugee camps offer little freedom or safety, but enslavement and abuse instead. Television journalist Temesghen Debesai had waited years for an opportunity to make his escape from Eritrea, so when the country's ministry of information sent him on a journalism training course in Bahrain he was delighted, but fearful too.


  5. Eritrean Government and its Terrorism ActsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Walta Information Centre

    Although they started their days as 'anti-derg' forces, through time they've unvieled a much more sinister and dictatorial way of diong things than 'derg' himself. Since their early days they have had started as anti Derg; but through time their wicked conniving is not news anymore.


  6. Eritrean rebels claim attacks government on facility in Asmara - Monday, 16 March 2015 14:48Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Walta Information Centre

    An Eritrean opposition group has reportedly raided a government owned garage facility in the capital Asmara, according to Sudan Tribune. Eritrean National Salvation Front in a statement said its armed wing has carried out the attack on Wednesday at the garage located in Qohawta neighborhood in retaliation to the regime's oppression against citizens including deny economic rights of the people.


  7. Eritrean rebels claim attacks government on facility in AsmaraRead the original story

    Feb 19, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    Eritrean National Salvation Front in a statement said its armed wing has carried out the attack on Wednesday at the garage located in Qohawta neighbourhood in retaliation to the regime's oppression against citizens including deny economic rights of the people. The statement alleged leaders of the country are looting national resources and the regime has intensified repression against civilians living in Asmara particularly at Arbaate Asmera and Tselot neighbourhoods and recently to the people of Adi Keih town.


  8. Eritrean PFDJ grand plan is targeting Tigrai to dismantle EthiopiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Tigrai Online

    When the EPLF rebel soldiers entered the capital city of the former province of Ethiopia, Eritrea, there were great expectations and anticipation in their people. The Eritrean people fought for so long because they wanted a better life.


  9. Eritrean life in picturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 14 | BBC News

    It is rare to get access to Eritrea, which is considered one of the world's most repressive and secretive states. A BBC team was recently allowed to visit to cover a story about healthcare and the photos from their trip give a glimpse of what life is like there: Despite the thousands of young Eritreans who flee the country each month, the capital city, Asmara, was buzzing with life.


  10. Solar Flares, Poor Operating Challenge Eritrea DXpeditionRead the original story

    Friday Mar 13 | QST

    An intense burst of noise from what is being called a "monster X-class solar flare" briefly blanked out HF reception around the globe at around 1600 UTC on March 12, and additional disruptions could be on the way. The March 12 event was an X-2.2 flare.


  11. Inside the secretive state of EritreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | BBC News

    Eritrea is considered one of the most repressive and secretive states on earth. The UN says forced labour and detention without trial are common.


  12. OATUU sacks its Secretary GeneralRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Ghanamma.com

    Accra, March 10, GNA - The Organization of African Trade Union Unity has resolved to terminate the appointment of the Secretary General, Comrade Owei Lakemfa who was elected in 2012.A communiquAfA by OATTU said Comrade Lakemfa's appointment was terminated due to 'gross violations of the OATTU constitution and misconduct.' These were contained in the communiquAfA issued at the end of its 38th session in Asmara, Eritrea which was attended by trade union leaders from 35 African countries.


  13. Eritrea: Take me to prison - they have foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Mail & Guardian

    Great escape: Eritrea's repressive regime has sparked a mass exodus of its citizens. The country only has a population of about A six million, making it one of the largest per capita producers of asylum A seekers in the world.


  14. For refugees, Libya proves perilous stepping stone to new life in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Christian Science Monitor

    For Merhawi Tesfatsion, the shores of Libya represented the stepping stone to a new life in Europe. But the haunted look in the 15-year-old's eyes attest to the horrors he experienced to reach them, traveling without any family from his home in Eritrea, then across the Sahara, and finally north to the Mediterranean.


  15. South Boulder Mines - A Unique and Unrivaled Potash OpportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Resource Investing News

    South Boulder Mines Ltd. is currently developing the emerging, world-class Colluli Potash Project located just 75 km from the Red Sea coast in Eritrea, Africa. A large deposit and the world's shallowest known potash resource, Colluli boasts a uniquely rare composition of three key potassium bearing salts in solid form.


  16. Eritrean Airlines launches Port Sudan routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    The Eritrean Airlines on Sunday announced launching a new flight services to Sudan's Red Sea state capital, Port Sudan from Asmara. According to the state-run Eritrean Television the inaugural ceremony was held at the premises of Port Sudan international Airport in the presence of Eritrean minster of Tourism, Askalu Menkorios, Red Sea state officials as well as other Eritrean senior government officials.


  17. Nevsun Ends 2014 On A Strong Note - Shares Still Have Big UpsideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Seeking Alpha

    The company's earnings were solid; for Q4, the company reported revenues of $139 million and earnings per share of $.11. Mineral mining company Nevsun Resources recently reported its fourth quarter 2014 and full-year results, and the company continues to impress.


  18. Eritrea's jabber clues its detachment from realityRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Tigrai Online

    This week the regime in Eritrea issued a statement to react to what it called an "unwarranted and calumnious act of hostility". Upon reading such a hyperbole statement, you would ask: Did anyone launch war against Eritrea? Or did anyone start arming terrorist and sneaking them into Eritrea? The answers are a definite No.


  19. Pan-African group helps refugees, immigrants adjust to U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | OnMilwaukee

    Editor's note: This article is one of an occasional series profiling the finalists for Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation . The Pan-African Community Association is a finalist for the BMO Harris Bank Cornerstone Award, which recognizes an organization for tenacious commitment and effectiveness.


  20. Eritrea: Funeral Service of Veteran Fighter Maj. General Ahmed Omar Kakay ConductedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    The funeral service of veteran fighter Maj. General Ahmed Omar Kakay was held today at Asmara Patriots Cemetery in the presence of President Isaias Afwerki, members of Ministerial cabinet, senior Government and PFDJ officials, Army Commanders, religious leaders, family members, as well as nationals and members of the army.