Daniel Teklehaymanot Claims Gold and the 2011 African Individual Time Trial Title (VIDEO)

Team Time Trial Winners: (1st) Eritrea, (2nd) South Africa and (3rd) Morocco

By TesfaNews,

Eritrean superstar Daniel Teklehaymanot today claimed a shining Gold and a 2011 African Individual Time Trial title after winning today’s daunting 36Km competition of the African Cycling Championship. Continue reading

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Daniel Teklehaymanot Claims Gold and the 2011 African Individual Time Trial Title (VIDEO)

Team Time Trial Winners: (1st) Eritrea, (2nd) South Africa and (3rd) Morocco

By TesfaNews,

Eritrean superstar Daniel Teklehaymanot today claimed a shining Gold and a 2011 African Individual Time Trial title after winning today’s daunting 36Km competition of the African Cycling Championship. Continue reading

Daniel Teklehaymanot Claims Gold and the 2011 African Individual Time Trial Title (VIDEO)

Team Time Trial Winners: (1st) Eritrea, (2nd) South Africa and (3rd) Morocco

By TesfaNews,

Eritrean superstar Daniel Teklehaymanot today claimed a shining Gold and a 2011 African Individual Time Trial title after winning today’s daunting 36Km competition of the African Cycling Championship. Continue reading

Expected Council Actions, Key Issues and Options for Imposing Sanctions on Eritrea

A key issue for the Council is whether the Monitoring Group’s accusations against Eritrea are credible.

By Security Council Report,

In November, it is possible that the Council will adopt a resolution that would impose additional sanctions on Eritrea.

At press time, Council members were negotiating a draft resolution proposed by Gabon and co-sponsored by Nigeria that would subject a number of Eritrean entities to the targeted-sanctions provisions of resolutions 1844 and 1907 and impose restrictions on investments in the Eritrean mining industry and on certain other financial transfers that could be used by Eritrea for the purpose of destabilizing the Horn of Africa. This comes in response to the findings of the latest report of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea, which concluded that Eritrea had committed numerous violations of the existing sanctions regime. Continue reading

Expected Council Actions, Key Issues and Options for Imposing Sanctions on Eritrea

A key issue for the Council is whether the Monitoring Group’s accusations against Eritrea are credible.

By Security Council Report,

In November, it is possible that the Council will adopt a resolution that would impose additional sanctions on Eritrea.

At press time, Council members were negotiating a draft resolution proposed by Gabon and co-sponsored by Nigeria that would subject a number of Eritrean entities to the targeted-sanctions provisions of resolutions 1844 and 1907 and impose restrictions on investments in the Eritrean mining industry and on certain other financial transfers that could be used by Eritrea for the purpose of destabilizing the Horn of Africa. This comes in response to the findings of the latest report of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea, which concluded that Eritrea had committed numerous violations of the existing sanctions regime. Continue reading

Expected Council Actions, Key Issues and Options for Imposing Sanctions on Eritrea

A key issue for the Council is whether the Monitoring Group’s accusations against Eritrea are credible.

By Security Council Report,

In November, it is possible that the Council will adopt a resolution that would impose additional sanctions on Eritrea.

At press time, Council members were negotiating a draft resolution proposed by Gabon and co-sponsored by Nigeria that would subject a number of Eritrean entities to the targeted-sanctions provisions of resolutions 1844 and 1907 and impose restrictions on investments in the Eritrean mining industry and on certain other financial transfers that could be used by Eritrea for the purpose of destabilizing the Horn of Africa. This comes in response to the findings of the latest report of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea, which concluded that Eritrea had committed numerous violations of the existing sanctions regime. Continue reading