450 Detainees Released from Hashferay jail and Some Army camps dismantled. ( Source Adoulis) Special units following Major Philipos Woldyohanes released today 450 detainees from the ill-reputed Hashferay jail, and more than one camp was dismantled for the Popular Army that was led by General Manjos. It was a step that was described as[...]
2014-07-20 عدوليس ـ ملبورن ـ أديس أبابا ( خاص)
Intelligence Department of the Ethiopian Ministry of Defense is meeting with selected military and political leaders of the opposition. (source Adoulis)
Ethiopian military meets with selected political and military leaders of the Eritrean opposition (adoulis)
According to reports from the capital city of Mekele, Tigray Ethiopian territory adjacent to Eritrea, a meeting was held between the number of military and political leaders for a limited number of Eritrean opposition factions and military leaders of the Intelligence Department in the Ministry of Ethiopian Defense. The meeting also includes retired Gen. Mesfin Amare administrator of the Eritrean opposition file. The meeting, which was described as a selective started the morning of eighteenth of this month (July 18, 2014) and involving (8) factions of the oppositions military wings. There is no information about the files to be considered by the meeting. Note that there has not been direct meetings between representatives of the Ministry of Defense and the Ethiopian Eritrean opposition since 2005, according to sources close to the Eritrean opposition in the capital, Addis Ababa.
تفيد الأنباء الواردة من مدينة مقلي عاصمة إقليم تقراي الإثيوبي المحاذي لاريتريا ، ان إجتماعا يعقد الآن بين عدد من قيادات عسكرية وسياسية لعدد محدود من الفصائل الإريترية المعارضة وقيادات عسكرية من دائرة المخابرات في وزارةالدفاع الإثيوبية ، كما يضم الإجتماع الجنرال المتقاعد مسفن أماري مسؤول ملف المعارضة الإريترية . الإجتماع الذي وصف بإنه إنتقائي بدء جلساته صباح الثامن عشر من الشهر الجاري وتشترك فيه (8) فصائل لها أجنحة عسكرية . هذا و لم ترشح إية معلومات عن الملفات التي سيبحثها الإجتماع ، ولا الهدف منه في هذا الوقت . علما بإنه لم تتم لقاءات مباشرة بين ممثلي لوزارة الدفاع الإثيوبية والمعارضة الإريترية منذ 2005م حسب مصادر وثيقة الصلة بالمعارضة الإريترية في العاصمة أديس أبابا .
Paris (HAN) July 13, 2014 – An Interview with David Bozzini, Phd, by JOL, countering authoritarianism in Eritrea and in Exile. David Bozzini is an anthropologist specializing in Eritrea. Interview by Louise Michel D. and Translation by Samuel Araya. Eritrea: “The paranoid regime”. Sometimes referred to as the “North Korea of Africa”, the small country in[...]
On the agenda of the six months of Presidency is written “African migrations and co-operation for development”. But it reads more like “disembarkations emergency”, because it means to contrast the traffic of human beings and to prevent “journeys of hope”. Mr. Lapo Pistelli - vice minister for foreign affairs with a mandate for Africa, who will[...]
Tomorrow morning (16 July), the Security Council is scheduled to hold its monthly consultations on Sudan-South Sudan. Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Sudan and South Sudan Haile Menkerios (via videoconference) and Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos are expected to brief.
" I hope they do better" The expectations of both the Bolognas dashed, the public looks up to Bologna 2014 for tangible results both sides of the isle can chew upon. Bologna 2014 has to appeal to both sides as both sides are giving up on their respective "leadership." Can Bologna 2014 live up to such expectation? As one HGDF supporter shared with meskerem stating," I hope they do better", will Bologna 2014 live up to such a daunting expectation ? Rhetoricing to make the extremists happy is out and pragmatism is the topic of the day.
Unhappy with both Bolognas, the public looks up to Bologna 2014. Both sides of the Bologna weekend are expressing their disappointment. Besides the chanting of anti-regime slogans, the reminiscing and dancing, their expectations were dashed. The Bologna demo just stayed a demo with no tangible outcome and the Bologna 40, as expected, did not hear any explanation, time line or promise about the announced " drafting of the constitution" or any sign of response to the majority's demand that the country can not continue its current path. Upon return from Bologna 40, supporters of the government are becoming more vocal demanding change...
Stop the Opposition-style of Human Trafficking.
The opposition is equally responsible for the exodus..
Why would the Eritrean opposition want the graduates below to flee and join the miserable life of refugee camps of Tigray and streets of Italy? How does encouraging and pushing Eritrean youth in the homeland to flee help the cause of the opposition? Can such despicable acts be classified as Opposition style of Human Trafficking? The opposition is becoming an obstacle to change by encouraging and pushing the youth to flee who would otherwise lead our people to effect change .
The opposition wants everyone to leave/flee the homeland; the teacher, the student, the professor, the doctor, the nurse, the farmer, the general, .the Priest, the Sheik, the musician, the singer, the artist .even the under age children, women, and the elderly. .....and have the nerve to accuse the regime of human trafficking. The regime is responsible for not providing employment and prolonging the national service but the opposition is responsible for telling the youth that he or she is a slave and should get out of there. What do you think Wogahta and Assena are doing day and night...pushing the youth to do something...while they well know that there is nothing the youth can do except to get out of there..
Investigation about Migrant Baby Thrown into Ocean
Child born on the boat of migrants
"He gave no signs of life, thrown into the ocean"
The dramatic story of an Eritrean woman,seven months pregnant, who gave birth on a boat of hope arrived in Pozzallo (Ragusa).
It 'a dramatic story that told by an Eritrean woman landed from a boat of migrants Monday in Pozzallo (Ragusa), which is now admitted to the hospital Maggiore di Modica. Doctors said she had given birth on the boat during the sea crossing, a premature baby. The child, who showed no signs of life, it would have been thrown into the water. The officers of the squad are experiencing the story. The woman, who was in her seventh month of pregnancy, she went into labor early. After giving birth recalls having tried to feed the baby at her breast, but he did not move. Then she lost consciousnessand when she recovered her son had already been thrown into the sea
by other migrants. On the matterthe Prosecutor opened an investigationRagusa.
See more at: http://eastafro.com/Post/2014/07/09/investigation-about-migrant-baby-thrown-into-ocean2/#sthash.n3apCxku.dpuf
Hamelmalo, 09 July 2014 –Hamelmalo College of Agriculture has graduated a total of 398 students, 121 of whom are females, with Masters, Bachelor’s Degree and Diploma in its seventh commencement.
Reports indicated that 22 and 244 students have graduated with Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees respectively, while another 152 obtained Diploma.
The students graduated in Agricultural Economy, Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Extension, Agronomy, Animal Science, Horticulture, Land and Environmental Resources, as well as Veterinary Science.
Dubarwa, 09 July 2014 – New graduates from Halhale College of Business and Economics have asserted readiness to serve the people and nation with higher commitment. They stated that the growing number of youth graduates from the Colleges is the outcome of the endeavors being made to nurture versatile youths through equipping them with the required knowledge and skill knowhow.
Among the graduates, Samuel Amanuel, Semira Yonas, Yasir Osman Natsnet Gebreamlak and Abrar Ibrahim, indicated that the free educational opportunity being provided to citizens at government expense attests to the soundness of the policy pursued by the Government as regards educational outreach. The further voiced readiness to enhance role in State affairs.
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MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) -
It's been nearly a year since a student
studying computer engineering at Inver
Hills Community College was shot to
death and dumped in a Shoreview, Minn.
parking lot, but investigators are
hoping they are close to a break in the
case. So far, police say their leads
have led them to dead ends; however, a
new video is renewing hope that they
could be close to identifying a person
of interest in the death of Hagos Melake.
"Really caring, loving," Wainy Melake
described. "All his friends loved him."
The Melake family moved to Minnesota
from the east African country of Eritrea
in the early 1990s in search of a better
life. When Wainy Melake graduated from
high school last year, her big brother
put his old cap and gown on to pose for
a family photo. Unfortunately, things
have been far from picture perfect for
the Melakes lately.
Nineteen passengers aboard an
overcrowded wooden boat bound
for Lampedusa have died,
according to the Italian coast
guard. Italy's Navy has rescued
more than 4,000 such migrants
just in the past three days.
Hailemelekot Bitew Haile, a very
resourceful member of our community,
first diagnosed with Lymphoma a year
ago, he recently relapsed after 11
months of being in remission and is in
dire need of a bone marrow transplant to
save his life. Hailemelekot‘s ancestry
is from Eritrea so his best chance of
survival is to receive a transplant from
a matching donor of East African origin.
Adding donors of an East African origin
to the registry will not only better the
odds for Haile to find his match, it
will ensure that others of an East
African ancestry also have a better
chance of being matched with a
compatible donor now and in the future.
Haile’s Doctors are searching the
worldwide registry through Be the Match
for a matching donor but so far no match
has been found. You could be that needle
in a haystack and save Haile’s life by
registering today. You could be his only
chance for a cure.
By Louis Charbonneau and Drazen
Jorgic VIENNA/NAIROBI (Reuters)
-07/15/2014 A United Nations panel
that monitors compliance with U.N.
sanctions on Somalia has accused the
country’s president, a former
minister, and a U.S. law firm of
conspiring to divert Somali assets
recovered abroad, according to a new
report. The Somalia and Eritrea
Monitoring Group, an 8-person[...]
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