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By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 27th, 2013
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By – Herman J. Cohen , After being part of Ethiopia for forty years, the people of Eritrea held a referendum in April 1993 and decided to establish an independent state. The referendum took place in the aftermath of a thirty-year insurgency against two successive Ethiopian regimes waged by the Eritre...
By IndepthAfrica
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May 22nd, 2013
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Twenty years since Eritrea won independence from Ethiopia after one of Africa‘s longest wars, people are bowed down by a repressive government and increasingly frustrated at the lack of rights they fought for. Opposition parties are banned and anyone who challenges the president — a forme...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 10th, 2013
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After more than a decade of low-level hostilities and sour relations, there are signs Eritrea and Ethiopia could be ready to talk again.  BY SALIH NUR On the road from Keren, Eritrea. Photograph by Carsten ten Brink It has been over a decade since talks regarding the demarcation of Eritrea-Ethiopia b...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 3rd, 2012
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By Al-Saddig Al-Mahdi, opinion Historically, Ethiopia and Eritrea have not been united in one country. However, first Eritrea then Ethiopia have been occupied as Italian colonies, which imposed upon them Italian culture. Another link between the two regions is the fact that the Tigrian peoples, who i...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 29th, 2012
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By Seyoum Tesfaye The death of a national leader has, intended and unintended, implications for the internal and external policies of a given country. The implications might unfold in a paced protracted process or by way of an abruptly drastic shift. The particularities of each country’s political ma...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Nov 26th, 2012
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Berihu I think Bereket has to work to make things better than worse. The deportation of Eritreans is not the heart of the problem. It is how their property is treated. When you say you have a country where other people’s property is sold by simple cadres and generals in the broad day light, everyone ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 13th, 2012
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By Tezera Asegu, The Ethiopian Diaspora communities’ attachment to words their birth country Ethiopia is heading in a very matchup demeanor. Their contributions and keenness towards the betterment of Ethiopia is escalating from time to time. They are taking part in investment, knowledge transfer and ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Oct 29th, 2012
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By Isaac Esipisu, Reuters By Aaron Maasho Ethiopia and Eritrea are still at each others’ throats. The two neighbours fought hammer and tongs in sun-baked trenches during a two-year war over a decade ago, before a peace deal ended their World War I-style conflict in 2000. Furious veRed Sea, UNrbal bat...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 2nd, 2012
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By Mesfin Arega The recent empty bravado about Weyane’s supposed incursion into Eritrea to attack the most probably non-existent opposition training camps is much ado about nothing. I highly doubt these attacks were indeed actually carried out. They absolutely do not make sense and therefore ar...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Mar 16th, 2012
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Addis Ababa – Eritrea said on Friday an attack by Ethiopian forces inside its territory was provocative but would not “entrap” it, signalling reluctance to be sucked back into armed conflict with its bitter foe. Ethiopia said on Thursday its troops raided three military bases in the...