Ethiopia's ruling coalition happy over execution of Eritrea deal africanews
Ethiopia's ruling coalition says it is happy about the level of execution of a peace deal with neighbouring Eritrea. The deal was signed in Asmara in July 2018.
World Class Potash Project In Eritrea Moves Closer To Development Forbes
Big new potash project starting to emerge in Eritrea.
Eritrea closes border crossings to Ethiopian travelers Washington Post
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Eritrea has partially closed two border crossings with Ethiopia that opened this year after the former East African rivals made peace ...
Eritrea condemns Nairobi attacks, pledges support to combat terror africanews
Eritrea had for long been accused of supporting the insurgents, a claim that Asmara repeatedly fended off.
Ethiopia-Eritrea border boom as peace takes hold BBC News
The reopening of the border between former enemies Ethiopia and Eritrea has dramatically changed the towns near the frontier, writes the BBC's Emmanuel ...
In secretive Eritrea, historic reforms across the border have sparked hopes for the future The Globe and Mail
In rare interviews with a foreign visitor, residents of the tightly controlled African country tell Geoffrey York of their frustration at unlimited conscription, fear of the ...
With Ethiopia's border now open, why are Eritreans still fleeing to Sudan? African Arguments
Despite huge regional shifts, Eritreans continue to flee through Sudan, aided by resilient and flexible people-smuggling networks. Smuggling networks in east ...
The Bicycle Horn of Africa: How cycling became a part of Eritrea's national identity The Globe and Mail
History and colonialism brought the sport to this African country, but geography, climate and culture helped Eritreans to embrace and excel at it – and now its ...
27 000 Eritreans 'seeking refugee status' in Ethiopia News24
More than 27 500 Eritreans have filed for refugee status in Ethiopia since the two countries reopened their joint border in September, according to EU ...
Citing racism, Israeli court acquits Eritrean asylum seeker of assault Haaretz
After a witness testified that the defendant's Jewish colleagues had regularly humiliated her, it was decided that the asylum seeker acted out of self-defense.