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Why Did I Travel to Eritrea? | Anna Everywhere
I was waiting with publishing my post on Eritrea for months now. I wasn’t sure if I should focus just on my in-country experience, as after I included some fact on the actual situation in Eritrea on my Instagram posts, I apparently made some Eritreans feel uneasy.
Eritrea Becomes Member Of UN Human Rights Council - The Organization for World Peace
Despite a much condemned human rights record, Eritrea has become a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council by a vote of the General Assembly on Friday. The same vote also granted membership to Bahrain, Bangladesh, Cameroon, the Philippines and Somalia, countries which have all also drawn c
Eritrea: UNFPA strengthening partnerships in Eritrea to sustain development gains
Discussions were held with the Ministers of National Development, Health and Foreign Affairs on ways to strengthen UNFPA’s partnership with the Eritrean Government in the framework of the UN Strategic Partnership and Cooperation Framework (SPCF), and addressing bottlenecks.
See How Model Grace Mahary Is Using Fashion’s Sneaker Obsession to Increase Electricity Access in Eritrea
A trip can shift your entire perspective. Indeed, when model Grace Mahary visited her parents’ homeland in Eritrea for the first time back in 2011, it changed the course of her life. As she toured through the country, Mahary was struck by the lack of something she’d considered a basic: power. “I was
Return to Eritrea is long overdue
In an article published in The Jerusalem Post, Tal Harris argued that Israel must learn from the “impetuosity” of its 2012 repatriation of Sudanese migrants to their newly founded country of South Sudan, being that we now have hindsight knowledge of the civil war that broke out a year-and-a-half lat
Eritrean people never fled because of the war with Ethiopia
The so-called Eritrean government signed a peace deal in July with the Ethiopian government. For the Eritrean people, nothing has come from this deal other than an intangible concept of peace. After the deal, Eritreans were ecstatic. After all, the Eritrean people sacrificed everything for decades t
DP World Sees Key Role for Once-Isolated State in Port Strategy
The Red Sea state of Eritrea may play a key role in DP World Ltd.’s plans in the Horn of Africa, where a dozen ports could be needed to service the region, Chief Executive Officer Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem said.
Plight of refugees in Ethiopia brought to the fore in UNFPA leadership visit - Ethiopia
GAMBELLA, Ethiopia—UNFPA’s Deputy Executive Director (Programme), Dereje Wordofa, and a team of UNFPA Regional Directors and Country Representatives this week visited Gambella, one of nine ethnic divisions in Ethiopia, which hosts more than 423,000 refugees.
For the Horn of Africa, peace is the easy bit - East Africa Monitor
For two decades, the Horn of Africa has been one of the most hostile corners of the world, its jagged topography reflected in the bitterness of its political relations. Yet the region has become a hive of diplomatic activity over recent months, driven by Ethiopia’s dynamic young Prime Minister Abiy
Horn of Africa: UAE maritime agreements may cause conflict
For decades it has been one of the world’s most fragile regions, plagued by armed conflict, poverty and periodic droughts. But in the 1990s, the Horn of Africa, comprising the states of Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Djibouti, became the focus of a somewhat surprising investor: DP World, a global po
Russian senior diplomat, Eritrea president discuss lifting of UN SC anti-Eritrea sanctions
MOSCOW, October 19. /TASS/. Russian President’s Special Representative for the Middle East and Africa, Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov and Eritrea President Isaias Afwerki held talks in Asmara on bilateral cooperation and removal of the anti-Eritrea sanctions imposed by the United Nations S
Eritrea and Ethiopia start trading over newly open border - East Africa Monitor
Where soldiers stared each other down as recently as six months ago, a relaxed army presence now watches horse-drawn carts and buses full of visitors, as trade and tourism crosses the border of Africa’s longest-running conflict.
Ethiopian adds Eritrea – Scandinavia service from Dec 2018
Ethiopian Airlines on Thursday (18OCT18) opened reservation for additional European routes from Eritrea. From 12DEC18, the Star Alliance carrier will offer 2 weeklyAddis Ababa – Asmara – Oslo – Stockholm Arlandaroute, on board Boeing 787-8 aircraft.ET754 ADD1000 – 1120ASM1210 – 1730OSL1845 – 1950ARN
Ethiopian resumes Eritrea – Europe link from Dec 2018
Ethiopian Airlines from December is resuming service between Eritrea and Europe, last served until June 1998 (based onOAGschedules listing). Initially, the Star Alliance carrier will operate nonstop service from Asmara to Italy and The UK, filed in the system and opened for reservation on Wednesday
Should Eritrea be on your horizon?
Despite a wealth of archaeological ruins, stunning Red Sea coastline, and one of the world's greatest concentrations of largely-forgotten art deco architecture, the small country of Eritrea on the Horn of Africa hasn't received much attention in tourism circles. But that is about to change.
Eritrea, Bahrain elected to the U.N. Human Rights Council
#UNGAhas elected 18 countries to Human Rights Council: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Eritrea, Togo, Somalia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Fiji, India, Philippines, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Argentina, Bahamas, Uruguay, Austria, Denmark, Italy:#StandUp4HumanRightspic.twitter.com/3JudLyZ8LR— United Nations (@UN)Oct
Human Rights Concerns Persist in Eritrea, Months After Peace Deals
Asmara, Eritrea (VOA) – Human Rights Concerns Persist in Eritrea, Months After Peace Deals
Eritrea just opened its borders, but this woman can't be found after 'disappearing' at age 15 - Face2Face Africa
Ciham, a dual Eritrean and US national, was arrested after attempting to cross from Eritrea into Sudan to escape Eritrea’s policy of forced national military service for young people from age 18.
Eritrea Creaks Open the Door as Fears of War Recede
Peace and PortsRapprochement between Ethiopia and Eritreahas come rapidly. Over the course of a few months, their heavily militarized border has opened, facilitating cross-border trade and the flow of civilians. In addition, reports indicate that both sides are repairing an Ethiopian road leading to
The peace deal with Ethiopia has not changed Afwerki's Eritrea
After signing anhistoricpeace dealwith Ethiopia, and receiving unprecedented levels of positive media coverage, Eritrea applied for a seat at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).