Latest in Tag: Eritrea Highlight
Latest in Tag: Eritrea
The Eritrean president arrived on Monday with a delegation that included the Eritrean foreign minister
The Mediterranean Sea has become a gateway to Europe for refugees and economic migrants
At least 10 people have been killed in Gonder northern Ethiopia in clashes as locals with security forces. The government blames Eritrea for the unrest but residents cite disputes over land and ethnicity.
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The Ethiopian government has blamed Eritrea for what it calls provocation, which led to two days of fighting between the two countries. Political analyst Jason Mosley says the recent tension is not a significant upsurge.
Journalists were subjected to continued violations in 2016, as governments attempt to curtail criticism
Foreign Minister on South Africa tour
London’s Globe Theatre performs Hamlet in Alexandria for one night only
Analysts believe this rate could enable the country to meet the challenges of a future shortage. Cameroon, Namibia and Lesotho have also taken steps to increase the number of teachers.
Erdogan’s speech to parliament followed a report by the US-based watchdog Freedom House earlier this month, which downgraded Turkey’s status from “partly free” to “not free” and said the country had seen the biggest decline in press freedom in Europe.
Human Rights Watch report documents widespread rape, torture, murder and extortion against Eritrean refugees
Following visit to Cairo, AU panel meet to discuss Egypt before presenting their findings
Egyptian president meets with delegations from the Eritrean and Sudanese foreign ministries to discuss bilateral and regional issues