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  1. In the early hours of September 18th, 2001, a radio message announced the shutdown of the press in Eritrea. September 18 represented a significant turning point in Eritrean history ...

  2. Ethiopia and Eritrea took one more important step towards normalising their relations on September 17, when Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy ...

  3. Eritrea’s government must release a former finance minister who was arrested this week after publishing a book criticizing President Isaias Afwerki and then challenging him to a debate ...

  4. KAMPALA, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Eritrea has arrested a former minister who wrote books critical of the country's leader, a rights group and a U.N. official said. British-based rights body ...

  5. He has also pushed through a landmark peace deal with Eritrea, which was signed in July, ending two decades of enmity sparked by a border conflict. But bloody ethnic clashes have broken ...

  6. The sheer scale of death and the industrial savagery of the war between Eritrea and Ethiopia was reminiscent of World War II. In terms of the futile waste of humanity, it rivaled the ...

  7. Thousands of protestors from the capital and those displaced by ethnic-based violence over the weekend in Burayu, demonstrate to demand justice from the government in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Monday ...

  8. She paid tribute to her dad's home country.

  9. Newly elected Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has been praised for his recent negotiations culminating in peace with Eritrea, but still has to solve harsh realities at home. Thousands of boys ...

  10. Thousands of residents of the Ethiopian capital marched through the streets on Monday, protesting deadly attacks over the weekend on the edge of the city that they blamed on the country’s Oromo ...

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