Zersenay Tadese won the 22nd Lisbon Half Marathon for 3rd Consecutive Year

The Eritrean runner threepeated on the men’s side in 59:34 but was over a minute short of his world record 58:23 despite going through 10k near record pace (27:44, 27:40 is the pace needed)

Another Lisbon win for Zersenay Tadese

By IAAF,

Zesenay Tadese of Eritrea, got a big international win as he won the Lisbon Half Marathon today (25) in Portugal. He didn’t run under 59 minutes on Sunday (25) as in his previous appearances and crossed the finish line more than a minute off his World record (58:23) set in 2010, but still won handily in 59:34.

USA’s Shalane Flanagan won the women’s race in 1:08:52 at this IAAF Gold Label Road Race. Continue reading

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Ethiopia’s latest Terrorist Attack against Eritrea and its Implications

There is a limit for everything. If the “midget” falsely believed that it can continue with its attacks by violating Eritrea’s territorial integrity and get away with it, then it thought wrong!

Woyane: "Let me attack you but please do not retaliate" - No more!

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

On 15 March 2012, Shimeles Kemal, the spokesperson for the minority regime in Ethiopia announced to the world that Ethiopian defense forces had violated Eritrea’s sovereignty and territorial integrity by attacking “a military post” 16 kilometers inside Eritrean territory. The ignominious spokesperson had the audacity to tell Eritrea “not to retaliate”. Continue reading