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Sudan seizes explosives ‘large enough’ to blow up Khartoum

Sudan has arrested 41 people and seized a large amount of explosives big enough to […]

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Thousands displaced in Sudan as it battles record floods

As Sudan grapples with the aftermath of its worst floods in a century, there is […]

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Mali junta to appoint interim president after embargo threat

Mali’s ruling junta said on Wednesday that it is making moves to appoint interim president […]

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In eastern Sudan, a bloody intercommunal conflict raises national security concerns

Violence erupted allegedly along tribal lines in Port Sudan city Last year, the Sudanese people […]

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How the murder of musician Hachalu Hundessa incited violence in Ethiopia: Part II

Within an hour of musician Hachalu Hundessa’s assassination on June 29 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopians […]

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How the murder of musician Hachalu Hundessa incited violence in Ethiopia: Part I

Iconic Ethiopian singer Hachalu Hundessa gained prominence for using his creative talent to raise the […]

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Eritrea — History and Culture

The Eritrean culture is largely shaped by its location on the Red Sea and historic […]

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Eritrea: Enduring the Perils of Betrayal and Conspiracy

Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki holds the distinction of being one of the longest-serving rulers in […]

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Position Paper – Stop All Forms of Violence Against Women

Ending violence against women is everyone’s responsibility. The Network of Eritrean Women (NEW) was founded […]

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Double Standards: Use of Arabic Vs Tigrinya

Recently a debate on the subject of the Arabic language caught my attention (on facebook […]

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War biopic, political history and family memoir frame ‘Oromo Witness’

In the opening pages of “Oromo Witness,” author Abdul Dire drives from engineering classes at […]

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Ethiopia protest clashes kill at least nine, most by gunshot, doctors say.

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Clashes between Ethiopian security forces and protesters demanding the release of […]

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Depression Symptoms and Warning Signs

Do you think you might be depressed? Here are some of the signs and symptoms […]

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ERITREA : 225 from 282 COVID-19 patients have recovered fully

Announcement from the Ministry of Health Three patients have been diagnosed positive for COVID-19 in […]

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Ethiopia angered by Egypt’s alleged plan to establish military base in Somaliland

CAIRO — Ethiopia shot a warning at Egypt in response to Cairo’s alleged intention to […]

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Abiy Ahmed must draw lessons from the failed Ethio-Eritrean federation

It appears that our political elites have forgotten that once upon a time there was […]

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Tigray-federal tit-for-tat threatens trouble

The House of Federation (HoF) in its latest letter addressed to the Tigray Regional State Council demanded the latter […]

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How to Lose Weight Fast: 3 Simple Steps, Based on Science

There are many ways to lose a lot of weight fast. That said, many diet […]

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Flooding in northeastern Ethiopia displaces nearly 20,000

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — An official in Ethiopia’s northeastern Afar region says heavy flooding has […]

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More than 60 missing after Beirut mega-blast: Live updates

Foreign emergency teams have arrived to mount a coordinated rescue and humanitarian response after deadly […]

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Eight soldiers killed by al-Shabab suicide bomber in Mogadishu

At least 14 others wounded after attacker detonated an explosive-laded vehicle at the gates of […]

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Iran asks UN to hold US accountable for plane interception

Iran has urged the United Nations to hold the United States accountable for the interception […]

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South Africa sets up body to probe coronavirus corruption

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has set up a ministerial committee to investigate alleged corruption […]

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Guinea’s President Alpha Conde picked to run for third term

Guinea’s governing party nominated President Alpha Conde to stand for a third term, taking advantage […]

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