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Sep 9th, 2013
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By Mussie Izaz Eritrea has two major religions evenly divided among the population. Islam and Christianity have been an integral part of the Eritrean society for many centuries and still are. The lowland is predominantly Islamic and the highlands is mainly a Christian society. Both religious groups h...
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May 2nd, 2013
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By Petros Tesfagiorgis The legacy and the challenge: The Forto 2013 uprising remarkably highlighted the issues critical to democratic change. They are the rule of law, respect of human rights, freedom of worship and freedom of expression and of course the release of all prisoners of conscience. In al...
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Jan 9th, 2013
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By Keffyalew Gebremedhin Quoting Ethiopia’s National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), Aaron Maasho of Reuters was the first on January 2nd to report about the arrest by Ethiopian police of 15 suspected militants inside the country, whose mission reportedly was to wreck havoc to innocent live...
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Sep 4th, 2012
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strategypage A major reason for the support Islamic terror group Boko Haram receives in the north is the widespread belief that the Moslem north is not getting its fair share of the oil income. This has always been a contentious issue that has long been kept under control with an informal agreement. ...
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May 22nd, 2012
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By Yilma Bekele Two important meetings were held a week ago. One was in Addis Abeba and the other in Washington DC. Both were concerning our motherland and the future. That is where the similarities end. One was intended to continue the path of destruction chartered by the current regime while the ot...
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Apr 29th, 2012
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The tide is turning. The inferno is ablaze. The writing is on the wall for all who have eyes, to see. We are drowning in an abyss of political immaturity. And in the midst of all that, politicians who once posed as beacons of democratic change and human rights in Africa are either silent or […...