Security Council to Meet on Eritrea’s Request, Is Badme in the Eye of the Beholder?

Is Uganda becoming Eritrea's sworn enemy?

By Matthew Russell Lee (Inner City Press),

On Eritrea’s request, the UN Security Council will meet on July 19. But the meeting is now turned against Eritrea, with not only Ethiopia and Somalia but also Djibouti, Uganda and other set to attend.

Eritrea is going to get its [behind] kicked,” a Security Council member told Inner City Press on Monday night. “They’re not going to know what hit them.” Continue reading

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Security Council to Meet on Eritrea's Request, Is Badme in the Eye of the Beholder?

Is Uganda becoming Eritrea's sworn enemy?

By Matthew Russell Lee (Inner City Press),

On Eritrea’s request, the UN Security Council will meet on July 19. But the meeting is now turned against Eritrea, with not only Ethiopia and Somalia but also Djibouti, Uganda and other set to attend.

Eritrea is going to get its [behind] kicked,” a Security Council member told Inner City Press on Monday night. “They’re not going to know what hit them.” Continue reading

Security Council to Meet on Eritrea's Request, Is Badme in the Eye of the Beholder?

Is Uganda becoming Eritrea's sworn enemy?

By Matthew Russell Lee (Inner City Press),

On Eritrea’s request, the UN Security Council will meet on July 19. But the meeting is now turned against Eritrea, with not only Ethiopia and Somalia but also Djibouti, Uganda and other set to attend.

Eritrea is going to get its [behind] kicked,” a Security Council member told Inner City Press on Monday night. “They’re not going to know what hit them.” Continue reading

Security Council to Meet on Eritrea's Request, Is Badme in the Eye of the Beholder?

Is Uganda becoming Eritrea's sworn enemy?

By Matthew Russell Lee (Inner City Press),

On Eritrea’s request, the UN Security Council will meet on July 19. But the meeting is now turned against Eritrea, with not only Ethiopia and Somalia but also Djibouti, Uganda and other set to attend.

Eritrea is going to get its [behind] kicked,” a Security Council member told Inner City Press on Monday night. “They’re not going to know what hit them.” Continue reading