By abusing its privilege of Chairing IGAD and its host country status, Ethiopia continues its violation of AU’s rules and procedures unabated
The Eritrean Foreign Minister, in his recent letter addressed to the Chairperson of the African Union, strongly urged for the respect of the rules and procedures that govern the continental body.
This follows after Ethiopia’s scripted drama of violating Paragraphs 9 and 10 (a and b) of Article 8 of the AU’s Peace and Security Council (PSC) protocols to enable it stage another political and diplomatic advantage against Eritrea, by lending a hand this time from Djibouti. Continue reading →
Daniel Teklehaymanot’s graduation to WorldTour level at Orica–GreenEdge this season has been a significant stride in Eritrean cycling’s progress at international level and he will continue in that pioneering fashion at the London 2012 Olympics on July 28.
“It’s going to be the first time that Eritrea has been represented in cycling at the Olympics, so I’m very happy,” Teklehaymanot told Cyclingnews. “I’m looking forward to riding for Eritrea in the national jersey at the Olympics in London. It will be special.” Continue reading →
South Boulder’s Colluli Deposit in Eritrea will be the biggest and closest Potash supplier to immerging markets like India, China and the rest of Asia Markets
Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP Billiton has decided to exit from a potash development in Ethiopia region of Dankil depression in the next few months citing unsuccessful exploration programs unlike similar projects undertaken in neigbohring Eritrea by Australian South Boulder Mines at the Colluli Potash project.
On an internal note it released on June 13, the company was saying it would exit its early stage Dallol based potash project in September of this year. Continue reading →
The 12-year long treasonous betrayals and crimes against the people of Eritrea committed by the Eritrean Quislings League (EQL) and that of their coteries, bandwagon activists with lynch mob mentalities, have been well documented. As it was impossible to keep up with the various names given to the groups that keep hatching in cyberspace, it was much easier to label them the Eritrean Quislings League (EQL). The EQL falsely claimed to be representing a large section of the Eritrean Diaspora, when in fact, their support remains minimal or non-existent. Continue reading →
Ethiopia has backtracked from its improvement last year to drop three places and rank 17, in the latest Failed States Index released by Foreign Policy Magazine and The Fund for Peace. Somalia tops the list with 114.9 points, followed by Congo (111.2), Sudan (109.4), Chad (107.6) and Zimbabwe (106.3).
Ethiopia scored the worst in its ability to meet the challenges of Mounting Demographic Pressures that the country faces. Ethiopia is the second most populous nation in Africa and has one of the highest birth rates in the world, it constantly struggles to feed itself. Continue reading →
Lofty Sovereign Dignity – Fruit of Supreme Martyrdom
By Dawit Ghebremedhin,
Our calendar holds 12 Months that hold great memories that change us in multiple ways. Each month has a special meaning towards everybody and shares a value that we have encountered. These months share essences that have a potent power towards human beings. Each one represents something special that is mystical and beyond what we see in the surface. Continue reading →
Nevsun Resources Ltd. is pleased to advise that the Bisha Mine copper expansion project (“project”) is proceeding well against schedule and budget.
The Bisha copper expansion project will expand ore processing capacity from 2.0 to 2.4 million tonnes per year and convert from gold/silver doré to copper concentrate production. Annual run-rate copper production is expected to be 180 million pounds of payable metal per year, in concentrate with significant gold and silver by-product credits. Continue reading →