Surging away from Japanese rivals Hiroki Kadota and Hiroyuki Yamamoto after 32km, Eritrea’s Tewelde Estifanos won the 64th Beppu-Oita Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, in a personal best 2:10:18 on Sunday (1).
After slow start, with the leaders covering the first kilometre in 3:11
By The Associated Press | Jan. 26, 2015
In rare move, the state-run Al-Ahram newspaper directly criticizes the Egyptian president; calls on him to guarantee public safety.
In an unusually critical column, the chairman of Egypt's state-run daily Al-Ahram newspaper has specifically called out the country's president
Sad, Unfortunate, Bitter Truth
Eritrea is Africa’s North Korea
The following manuscript is a hasty response to a blog I read couple days ago. It was prepared by a 'Senior Editor' and MPA/ID candidate at Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government titled “The Unknown Africa - Eritrea:
"The 26-year-old suspect is also thought to be from Eritrea, quelling rumors that the murder was a hate crime"
About a week after an Eritrean refugee was found dead in his apartment, an arrest warrant has been issued for his roommate. The incident has raised questions
Pope Francis has established a new Eastern Catholic Church for Eritrea, the first since the early 20th century, in what may be a move to ease the position of Catholics in the country.
Roman Catholicism is one of the four religions tolerated in Eritrea, along with