Recently a high number of Eritrean nationals entered Malta as immigrants. This sparked racist comments towards immigrants by Maltese public. What is your appeal to the Maltese people after your experiences with integrated immigrants in Europe?
By Jeremy Clarke
NAIROBI June 30 (Reuters) – Eritrea and Djibouti struck a deal earlier this month to end their two-year border dispute. It was a move that caught most analysts by surprise.
By Sawsan Abu-Husain
Cairo, Asharq Al-Awsat-Somali Information Minister Tahir Mahmud Gelle has exposed the dangers that Al-Qaeda’s presence poses to Somalia and Yemen as a prelude to future meddling in other countries by fomenting sedition and wars and planting instability and insecurity.
European and American officials are joining hands with Diaspora Eritrean politicians and activists aimed at ending relentless human rights abuses under a ruthless dictatorship in Eritrea. In a two-day conference beginning tomorrow in Brussels, delegates from the three sides will, among other things, discuss the urgent need to coordinate EU and US policies on Eritrea and the Horn Region.
Asenai.com interview with Mr. Petros Tesfagiorgis one of those who have been marched out of the hall branded not an Eritrean but an Ethiopian stooge (Weyane).
Is there a good guy or a bad guy, going back to the border dispute? In news reports this week it was the Eritreans saying it was Ethiopia that has refused to implement the proposals to demarcate the border. Is there a high ground otherwise on this issue?