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          'Peace Is Everything': Ethiopia And Eritrea Embrace Open Border After Long Conflict      Cache   Translate Page      
Almost everywhere you go in Zalambessa, a town on Ethiopia's border with Eritrea, there are reminders of war: buildings in rubble, walls riddled with bullet holes and a border still delineated by two rows of trenches. But now, dramatic change is underway. Many of the troops have pulled out. A little cafe has popped up right on the border. Children are selling candies and drinks to travelers and, for the first time in two decades, people and goods are transiting the crossing between Zalambessa and the Eritrean town of Serha. Tesfagabir, a man in his 40s, runs a horse-drawn cart taxi back and forth over the border. Like others interviewed in this story, he would give only his first name because he still fears the Ethiopian government. He says every time he crosses the border, it feels like a dream. "Peace is everything," he says. This war never made sense to him. "We have children from them and they have children from us," he says. "We are connected by blood." Ethiopia and Eritrea were
          Il Qatar esce dall'Opec: lo strappo di Doha è l'ultima sfida a Riad      Cache   Translate Page      

Lo strappo di Doha è di quelli destinati a lasciare il segno su più versanti: su quello della partita petrolifera, ma anche sul piano più strettamente geopolitico e nello scontro intersunnita. Dal primo gennaio 2019 il Qatar uscirà dall'Opec. La decisione di ritirarsi dall'organizzazione dei Paesi esportatori di petrolio è stata annunciata dal ministro dell'Energia Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi: "Il Qatar ha deciso di ritirare la sua membership dall'Opec a partire dal gennaio 2019", dichiara al-Kaabi in conferenza stampa a Doha, aggiungendo che all'Opec è già stata comunicata la decisione. Intanto in avvio di giornata si registra un rimbalzo sostenuto per i prezzi del greggio. Sui mercati asiatici i future sul Light crude Wti (West Texas Intermediate) crescono a 53,5 dollari, quelli sul Brent a 62,16 dollari. A trainare il rimbalzo, dopo i recenti crolli, la notizia che Russia e Arabia Saudita sono d'accordo nell'estendere fino al 2019 il loro accordo per gestire il mercato petrolifero.

Ufficialmente il Qatar ha spiegato di volersi concentrare sul gas naturale liquefatto, di cui è il maggior fornitore con quasi il 30% della produzione mondiale. Ma le motivazioni "tecniche" lasciano il tempo che trovano, perché ben altre, e più corpose, sono le motivazioni che hanno spinto il Qatar a questa decisione. A rimarcarlo è l'autorevole Financial Times, secondo cui la decisione segue un peggioramento dei rapporti di Doha con i suoi vicini.

La "Guerra delle petromonarchie" ha una data di inizio, 5 giugno 2017: Arabia Saudita, Emirati Arabi Uniti, Bahrein ed Egitto annunciano la rottura delle relazioni diplomatiche con Doha, ritirando i propri ambasciatori e imponendo l'espulsione dei cittadini del Qatar. E questo dopo che il Qatar aveva respinto la lista di 13 condizioni imposta dal "fronte dei Quattro" per l'abolizione delle sanzioni contro Doha definendola "irrealistica". Tra le richieste avanzate dal fronte guidato da Riad figuravano quella di chiudere la tv Al Jazeera, interrompere i rapporti con l'Iran e con la Fratellanza musulmana, rinunciare ad una base militare turca. Una lista che andava ben oltre le accuse iniziali di sostenere il terrorismo e che impone di fatto all'emirato una limitazione della sua sovranità. La mossa ha visto anche la chiusura dello spazio aereo, che per i Paesi del Golfo ha implicato l'interdizione delle acque territoriali. Riad ha inoltre chiuso il proprio confine terrestre con il Qatar impedendo di fatto qualsiasi transito di merci. Alle misure hanno aderito tra gli altri anche Eritrea, Mauritania, Maldive, Senegal, il governo yemenita del presidente Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi e l'esecutivo libico non riconosciuto di Al Baida. Giordania, Gibuti, Ciad, Niger hanno declassato invece le proprie rappresentanze diplomatiche. E lo scontro si veste anche di guerra di religione con l'Arabia Saudita che vieta ai qatarini di entrare nella più sacra delle moschee, quella della Kaaba alla Mecca. L'accusa mossa al Qatar, in sintonia con la dottrina-Trump, è di supportare al-Qaeda, i Fratelli musulmani e, più recentemente, anche gruppi filo-iraniani. Questa strumentalizzazione del termine non è certamente nuova. È sufficiente ricordare l'esempio eclatante di quando Saddam Hussein fu accusato di finanziare il terrorismo internazionale per giustificare e legittimare l'intervento in Iraq.

Al fianco del Qatar si schiera il "Sultano di Ankara": nella notte dell'8 giugno, il presidente Recep Tayyp Erdogan ha controfirmato la legge che gli permette di inviare soldati turchi e addestratori nell'emirato, un primo contingente di 5 mila uomini che potrebbe salire a 15 mila. Il sostegno di Ankara a Doha si spiega soprattutto esaminando il versante economico: secondo le cifre pubblicate dai media gli investimenti qatarini in Turchia ammontano a 1,5 miliardi di dollari. Compagnie turche hanno ottenuto contratti per più di 13 miliardi di dollari per i progetti in vista della Coppa del Mondo di calcio prevista nel 2022. La Turchia, inoltre, ha già aperto una base militare in Qatar e presto verrà stabilito anche un comando divisionale congiunto a Doha. Tra le 13 richieste-ultimatum c'è anche la chiusura della base turca. Anche questa richiesta suona come inaccettabile. Non solo per Doha ma soprattutto per Ankara. Aperta l'anno scorso dopo l'accordo del 2014 fra l'emiro Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani e il presidente turco Erdogan, la base militare turca dista 30 chilometri da Doha. Prima della crisi accoglieva 300 soldati i turchi. Ma il ponte aereo in corso dovrebbe portare in tempi molto brevi il loro numero fino a 5mila militari, con l'appoggio anche di aerei e navi da guerra. Soprattutto, ai Sauditi non sono mai piaciute le "relazioni normali" che il Qatar tradizionalmente intrattiene con l'Iran: relazioni basate su solidi interessi economici comuni, a cominciare dallo sfruttamento congiunto del giacimento gasifero di South Pars/North Dome, il più grande del mondo". Il Golfo – rimarca Eleonora Ardemagni, in un documentato report per l'ISPI - complice la rivalità storica tra sauditi e iraniani e quella intra-sunnita tra Arabia Saudita e Qatar, è stato ed è il primo artefice, il demiurgo -seppure per vie indirette- dell'attuale disordine mediorientale: attraverso i suoi proxies, esso ha partecipato allo scardinamento dell'ordine regionale. Un processo aggravato dalle linee rosse disattese (Stati Uniti in Siria) oppure dagli ambigui interventi militari (Russia in Siria) delle potenze internazionali. Perché molto di ciò che accade oggi in Siria, Iraq, Yemen, Libia, Egitto, dipende primariamente dalle scelte politiche di Arabia Saudita, Iran, Qatar ed Emirati Arabi Uniti....". Geopolitica, affari, e non solo. Quel che è già evidente, - riflette Rami Khouri, tra i più autorevoli giornalisti libanesi - è la determinazione di alcuni Paesi arabi, guidati dall'Arabia Saudita, a ricorrere alla guerra economica e militare, a tattiche di deprivazione alimentare e ad altri mezzi pur di mantenere il mondo arabo nella sua fatiscente condizione attuale. È questa la reale minaccia che pende sui cittadini e le società del mondo arabo. Anche se lo spazio politico per esprimere simili opinioni, nella regione e altrove, si fa sempre più esiguo". E quello spazio rischia di chiudersi completamente se alle macerie siriane si aggiungessero quelle provocate da una nuova Guerra del Golfo.

Di certo, il Qatar vede ormai il suo futuro al di fuori dell'Opec, dominato dall'Arabia Saudita, il maggior produttore dell'organizzazione con oltre 11 milioni di barili al giorno. Le "crisi passano", ma vi sono cicatrici che "durano nel tempo" come la controversia economica e diplomatica che, da oltre un anno, vede opposte Doha e Arabia Saudita È quanto aveva sottolineato l'emiro del Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani nell'annuale discorso alla nazione, lo scorso 6 novembre, rivolgendosi anche alle nazioni alleate di Riyadh nell'area e chiedendo loro di rispettare la sovranità del proprio Paese e "non interferire" negli affari interni. "La storia ci insegna – aveva sostenuto nel suo discorso al-Thani - che le crisi passano, ma una loro cattiva gestione si lascia alle spalle effetti che poi durano nel tempo". "È davvero deplorevole - ha proseguito l'emiro del Qatar - che il perpetrarsi della crisi mostri in tutta la sua portata il fallimento del Consiglio di cooperazione dei Paesi del Golfo (Gcc) nel raggiungere i propri obiettivi e nel soddisfare le aspirazioni del nostro popolo". Egli ha quindi voluto rassicurare i cittadini, sostenendo che la nazione non ha subito effetti negativi dal boicottaggio e continuerà a mantenere il primato mondiale nell'esportazione di idrocarburi. "Il blocco - ha detto - non ha provocato alcuna ripercussione sulla vendita del nostro petrolio e del gas naturale". Lo Stato, ha concluso l'emiro, "è entusiasta di adempiere a tutti i suoi obblighi derivanti dai contratti in essere" e ne ha firmati altri "a lungo termine, l'ultimo dei quali con Petro China", gigante cinese dell'energia.

Le mosse di Doha sono monitorate con particolare attenzione dall'Italia. E la ragione è molto prosaica, e si lega fortemente alla "diplomazia degli affari" che va oltre il pur fondamentale settore energetico. Al Qatar, infatti, piace tanto lo "shopping" italiano. Tra i colpi messi a segno c'è quello in Sardegna dove la Qatar Airways si è presa il 49% di Meridiana. Nel 2011 gli Al-Thani, la dinastia che regna il Paese, hanno acquisito l'Hotel Gallia a Milano, nel 2012 il fondo sovrano ha praticamente rilevato la Costa Smeralda. Nello stesso anno, attraverso la "Mayhoola for investment", i reali del Qatar hanno comprato la maison Valentino per 700 milioni di euro. E più di recente la stessa QIA, che ha comprato Porta Nuova, è entrata con un investimento di 165 milioni nel capitale di Inalca, la società del gruppo Cremonini, insieme al Fondo Strategico italiano. In Italia hanno comprato alcuni dei più prestigiosi alberghi di Firenze: acquisiti il Four Season, all'interno del Palazzo della Gherardesca, che fa tuttora parte della Compagnia italiana alberghi. A Milano, il Qatar Investment Authority si è concentrato sulle sedi delle banche come il palazzo di via Santa Margherita che ospita gli uffici di Credit Suisse. Oltre ad aver partecipato a un fondo costruito ad hoc per valorizzare un portafoglio di filiali di Deutsche Bank. Alberghi, maison di moda, compagne aeree, palazzi. E non solo. Lo shopping dello Sceicco Al-Thani. investe anche un settore alquanto delicato: quello degli armamenti. In poco più di un anno l'Italia ha venduto a Doha sette navi da guerra Fincantieri per 4 miliardi di euro, 28 elicotteri NH 90 (ex Agusta Westland) per 3 miliardi di euro, inoltre è stata siglata un'intesa da oltre 6 miliardi di euro per 24 caccia Typhoon del consorzio Eurofighter, di cui Leonardo-Finmeccanica ha una quota del 36%. E anche i nostri produttori agricoli hanno registrato un aumento dell'export, con un volume di esportazioni quadruplicato negli ultimi 10 anni e certificato dall'ultimo accordo siglato da Coldiretti con l'emirato per la distribuzione dei prodotti italiani.

"I rapporti tra Italia e Qatar – ha recentemente detto all'Adnkronos l'ambasciatore a Doha, Pasquale Salzano - sono veramente ottimi, nell'ultimo anno abbiamo aumentato di circa l'11% il nostro interscambio. Nell'emirato c'è una grande richiesta di Italia, presente in modo massiccio già con i grandi gruppi, come Salini Impregilo, Saipem, Eni, Fincantieri, Rizzani de Eccher, Leonardo, che riguarda le piccole e medie imprese, l'artigianato, i prodotti di lusso e dell'agroalimentare, senz'altro una novità per le dimensioni nelle quali ci viene richiesto".

Nella disputa tra Arabia Saudita e Qatar, Roma tifa per Doha. E per il suo shopping miliardario.


          'Peace Is Everything': Ethiopia And Eritrea Embrace Open Border After Long Conflict      Cache   Translate Page      
In July, the countries declared the war was over; a couple of months later, they opened their border for the first time in almost 20 years. Some analysts caution big changes are coming too quickly.
          Ethiopia's Prime Minister Takes Strides In Solidifying Peace With Eritrea       Cache   Translate Page      
Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has lifted the state of emergency, released thousands of political prisoners, let dissidents return home and forged piece with neighboring Eritrea.
          President Issias Aferwerki Vs. Al Jazeera; February 2010      Cache   Translate Page      
This transcript is from an interview done by Eritrean President Issias Aferwerki and Al Jazeera “journalist” Jane Dutton in February 2010, shortly after the UNSC passed punitive sanctions against Eritrea based on what has now been proven to be fabrications. The sanctions are now history and this interview stands as an example for aspiring journalists of just how low their[Read More...]
          Ethiopia's Prime Minister Takes Strides In Solidifying Peace With Eritrea       Cache   Translate Page      

Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has lifted the state of emergency, released thousands of political prisoners, let dissidents return home and forged piece with neighboring Eritrea.


          Raja Mandala: Rethinking the Gulf (GS 2,IR,UPSC IAS Mains)      Cache   Translate Page      
India’s relations with the key Gulf countries have never been as good as they are today. The deepening energy interdependence is marked by growing volumes of energy imports into India and the prospect of substantive investments from the Gulf into the Indian hydrocarbon sector. The number of Indian migrant workers in the region stands at more than 7 million. The Gulf is among India’s top trading partners.

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Meanwhile, a high-level engagement between India and the Gulf has blossomed in recent years. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj have travelled frequently to the Gulf and there has been a steady stream of senior Gulf leaders visiting India. The expansion of the political engagement has been matched by the growing security cooperation, especially on counter-terrorism. India and its Gulf partners are also taking tentative steps towards defence cooperation.

There is no question that Delhi’s political neglect of the Gulf has ended during the last few years. Yet, India’s relations with the Gulf have been constrained by too strong a focus on the bilateral. Delhi is paying too little attention to the growing weight of the Gulf in regional affairs and the strategic possibilities that it opens up for India.

To be sure, Saudi Arabia has long been a pivotal state. As the nation with one of the world’s largest petroleum reserves and capable of modulating its oil production, Riyadh has played a critical role in shaping the world energy markets since the 1970s. As the home to Mecca and Medina, Saudi Arabia has a unique place in the Islamic world. Since the late 1960s, Riyadh has exercised significant political influence in the evolution of the Middle East.


The rise of the UAE, in contrast, has been less noticed. What differentiates the UAE from other petrostates is a rare purposefulness that has turned it into a strategic actor of consequence in the Middle East and beyond. The cathartic events of 9/11 and the Arab Spring have convinced Abu Dhabi that it must act boldly and generate the capabilities to survive amidst the regional turbulence.

Consider for a moment the defence budget of the UAE. Some reports put it around $22 billion, which is nearly 40 per cent of India’s defence spending of about $52 billion. The UAE was the fourth-largest importer of weapons during 2013-17.


The UAE is also a major player in the global logistics market, thanks to the successful development of Dubai as a major port and aviation hub. It is now striving to emerge as a centre of art, higher education and technological innovation. As the home to multiple nationalities from around the world, the UAE has become a small but important cosmopolitan centre.

If Delhi looks beyond the bilateral, it will find two very important axes of potential partnerships in the Middle East. One is the idea of a “moderate Arab centre”. The UAE leadership has made the construction of a moderate bloc in the region its highest regional priority. It sees the construction of such a core around Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Abu Dhabi believes that only a coalition of moderate Arab states can move the region out of its current deeply troubled state.

Abu Dhabi also believes that the values of cultural openness, religious tolerance, women’s empowerment, and economic opportunities for younger people — which helped the Emirates succeed — can be extended to other parts of the Middle East. By any measure, this is an ambitious project. And there are many obstacles to its realisation — especially the deepening divisions within the Gulf.

But the idea of a moderate Arab centre should resonate deeply with India’s natural ethos and its traditional empathy for modernising forces in the Arab world. Helping the construction of a moderate Arab centre envisaged by Abu Dhabi, then, is very much in India’s interest.

Second is the growing impact of the Gulf countries in the Indian Ocean region. Nowhere is this more evident than the Horn of Africa. The recent success of the UAE and Saudi Arabia in brokering peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea who had been locked in a prolonged conflict underlines the positive role of the Gulf in Africa. Others point to the destabilising impact of the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and the UAE on the one hand and Qatar and Turkey elsewhere in the region, most notably in Somalia and its rebel provinces.

Alliances, military bases, interventions and peace-making have long been considered as the preserve of great powers. But the Gulf countries today are bringing a combination of financial resources and political will to shape the geopolitics of their neighbouring regions. Some of the Gulf countries like the UAE are eager to collaborate with India on development assistance and the construction of strategic infrastructure in the Indian Ocean littoral. If India continues to be disinterested, they are bound to look for other partners.

The Gulf states have relied in the past on the Anglo-Americans for their security. As America and Britain gaze at their own navel, the Gulf states are taking greater responsibility for managing the regional order. The conditions under which India could afford to take a purely bilateral approach to the Gulf nations are beginning to disappear. India needs an integrated regional strategy to secure its ever-rising stakes in the Middle East and the Western Indian Ocean.


          Unmet need for modern contraception and associated factors among reproductive age group women in Eritrean refugee camps, Tigray, north Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study      Cache   Translate Page      
Millions of women want to delay or avoid pregnancy, but they are not using contraception, especially in refugee settings. Due to lack of contraception, one fifth of reproductive age group women suffered from u...
          Ethiopia's Prime Minister Takes Strides In Solidifying Peace With Eritrea       Cache   Translate Page      
Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has lifted the state of emergency, released thousands of political prisoners, let dissidents return home and forged piece with neighboring Eritrea.
          Eritrea: A tour of the tiny African nation you never thought you'd visit      Cache   Translate Page      
Ahead of a new flight from London to Asmara, Nick Redmayne explores the African nation on the Red Sea
          I vescovi di Europa, Africa, Asia e Oceania per fermare la minaccia dei cambiamenti climatici      Cache   Translate Page      

Domenica 2 dicembre a Katowice, in Polonia, si è aperta la Conferenza delle Parti promossa dalle Nazioni Unite sul cambiamento climatico (COP24). I rappresentanti di circa 200 Paesi, sotto la pressione dell’allarme lanciato dagli scienziati, hanno avviato due settimane di negoziati mirati a ridare nuova linfa all’accordo di Parigi sul clima. In un raro intervento,

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          Ethiopia's Prime Minister Takes Strides In Solidifying Peace With Eritrea       Cache   Translate Page      
Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has lifted the state of emergency, released thousands of political prisoners, let dissidents return home and forged piece with neighboring Eritrea.
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Berhe Y      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Blink, Ok fair point, calling everyone PFDJ. Now please apply same logic, is it fair everyone who oppose PFDJ as weyane or their sympathizers. I mean everyone, who went to Awasa for conference and even used the term opposition. Quick question for you. ERITREAN opposition existed long before the war between PFDJ and TPLF. In fat the first congress that formed the umbrella was held in Toronto. Long before those who want them to abandon their principle and fold to the PFDJ, they were advocation for the Johova witness, the Muslim teachers, the disabled war veterans, the journalists, while others were mute and minding their business. PFDJ was hunting ERITREAN opposition figures from Sudan and Ethiopia. I think two names I remember, but one is some Tesfay Ghebretsadiq where his sister, Freweyni made a heartfelt appeal in dehai for his abduction. If I recall it was before the war. You are front and center blaming all Eritrea problems to the opposition, knowing well that they have nothing to do with it. They are weak, they are disorganized etc is one thing, but to actually to put the blame is really a crime. Have they hold people hostage, have they get paid, have they mislead the people, have they start a conflict harming the innocent. At best they advocated for the wronged, at worst, they spend their time and resources without seeing change for a long time. So a little honesty is required. Berhe
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Nitricc      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Girmay; you may think it is rude to tell the truth but the truth needs to be said and no one is qualified other than the defender of the truth, yours truly. You said " What I find very rude and disrespectful is belliting your fellow Eritreans in public forum." if the lost souls are not ashamed to go all the way to Hawssa paid by charity; do you think I am being rude and disrespectful by telling the truth? This happened when the Eritrea was under the grip of TPLF thugs. To even go further who ever made the trip and accepted TPLF money should be disqualified from any Eritrean political activity. ANY! So as you can see I am not labeling anyone; rather I am calling them out. I think we have a cultural difference by the way I see and the way see. I am guessing growing in Africa you probably trained when you see wrong to look the other way while my training is when see wrong; call it out, stand up and talk about it. so, I understand why you find it my take rude and disrespectful. However; it is not. I am no hater if few old Eritreans collect few dollars for their retirement from FEZAZ Weyane but still needs to be said. wrong is wrong. All that money Weyane lost on Eritrean diaspora to Hawassa could have helped the crippled former TPLF fighters who are struggling day in day out but no your weyane must show off. You can apologize all you want but wrong is wrong and it needs to be called out. Girmay; for once stand for the truth not for politics!!!
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Nitricc      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Selam; I am wondering if you related by blood with Semere Ewur or Brhe -welfare? or just tell me your IQ and I will figured it out from there. till you do that the solution is for your wanna be opposition to get lost and be dismantled all together. are you part of the wanna be opposition? lol
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Blink      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear Haile S I have been here long and I read MS all comments, I mean all . He is not a division based guy , he doesn’t give his views for the sake of getting support from some or fearing outlandish attacks from few in here , I wonder why everyone think that he or she has a knockdown argument against a true character of Eritreanism ? I mean most these trying to score has been telling us their best vocabulary to praise weyane and now what ? Come on Meles story is not even started to come to the sun . I mean if your handy man in Somalia region able to kill 200 innocent people and dump them in one whole , how would that be in Eritrea divided view of weyane . Let’s also admit that the ball holder has the power to throw where ever he wanted and that means there is no way we can just lampshade everyone as PFDJ just because he oppose your view or my view , we are talking still about our views .
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Blink      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear Berhe No, you misunderstood my point. I am saying saay buddy Shewq Ahmed plus all saay points of campaign for sanction all the points I mentioned are a stain that saay can’t offload .
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Berhe Y      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Nitricc (ምልሻ ጣፍ) I think from now that's how I am going to call you. ምልሻ ጣፍ. Time for you to go to Eritrea and join PFDJ Berhe
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Berhe Y      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Blink, I think ምልሻ ጣፍ must be phrase of the year. Now you are saying Saay needs help with his twitter. You can say anything else you want but needs help with twitter / his english really. Are you saying all the stuff IA accused of, proved and in fact has admitted responsibility is not true (may be not with Sudan but for sure with Ethiopia, Yemen and Djibouti). You know misinformation is the word of year according to dictionary. Berhe
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Amanuel Hidrat      Cache   Translate Page      
Selam Berhe (Abi-Seb), Thank you for reminding us to visit Saay’s blog. “Militia Taff” the same as in “militia sernay” are in full swing to confuse and misinform the Eritrean public. “Taff” in lieu of “human rights”is their slogan of the day. Saay came with the right topic for his piece.
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Nitricc      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Berhe; you are such hypocrite loser. it was not long ago you wre declaring that PIA will never accept the peace call by the Ethiopian government. Dude, have a shame and shut your pie hole. Now you are trying to play the higher moral ground. I can't stand double face people like you. Besides what is to you? you are in Canada and be happy with your welfare and live your life like a pig in Zimmermann's farm. I rather be a Milisha Taff than scavenger of a welfare, just you know.
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Blink      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear berhe Thanks for the info , remember saay also has his buddy shewiq Ahmed helping him with his Twitter . Saay also was the flagman of weyane for the sanction, he was also claiming the following 1. Eritrea started war with Sudan 2. Eritrea started war with Yemen 3. Eritrea started war with Djibouti 4. Eritrea started war with Weyane So he suddenly has the audacity to put people who disagreed with him in his old position.
          Eritrea: The Ministry of Health Eritrea Launches the National Measles Rubella Vaccination and Vitamin a Supplementation Campaign for Children Under 15      Cache   Translate Page      
[WHO] After months of preparation, MOH together with their partners WHO and UNICEF conducted a National Measles Rubella vaccination campaign from the 19 to 30 November 2018. The launch of the event was at Asmara Community Hospital. The main objectives were to introduce new Measles Rubella vaccine, a pathway for measles elimination in the country and a proved way to minimize occurrence of neonatal rubella syndrome. (Source: AllAfrica News: Health and Medicine)
          Eritrea, United States to strengthen ties, pursue peace in Horn of Africa - africanews      Cache   Translate Page      
Eritrea, United States to strengthen ties, pursue peace in Horn of Africa  africanews

The United States and Eritrea have reiterated their commitment to building warm bilateral relations, and pursuing issues of mutual interest in the Horn of Africa ...


          U.S. Diplomat To Africa Says The Horn Of Africa Is Now Full Of Hope After Peace Deal - NPR      Cache   Translate Page      
U.S. Diplomat To Africa Says The Horn Of Africa Is Now Full Of Hope After Peace Deal  NPR

Eritrea was once dubbed the North Korea of Africa. Now, the United Nations is lifting sanctions on it following a peace deal between Ethiopia and Eritrea.


          ”Porta Kina från Nobelfesten”      Cache   Translate Page      
Jimmie Åkesson (SD) portas från Nobelprisutdelningen, men inte representanter för diktaturer som Kina, Eritrea och Nordkorea. Journalisten Kurdo Baksi uppmanar Nobelstiftelsen att rätta detta misstag och dra tillbaka inbjudan till Kinas ambassadör Gui Congyou.
          Finale de L’Ispettore Coliandro 7, l’ottava stagione ci sarà? Ultimo episodio il 5 dicembre con Tognazzi e Calabresi      Cache   Translate Page      

Con l'episodio finale de L'Ispettore Coliandro 7, in onda mercoledì 5 dicembre, si conclude il settimo capitolo della saga del poliziotto nato dalla penna di Carlo Lucarelli.

In una stagione ricca di guest star che ha visto, tra gli altri, la partecipazione di Iva Zanicchi, Claudia Gerini, Guè Pequeno e Serena Rossi, anche il finale de L'Ispettore Coliandro 7 non fa eccezione, con la presenza degli attori Gianmarco Tognazzi e Paolo Calabresi.

Nell'ultimo episodio Coliandro conosce Asmareth (interpretata da Martina Sammarco), la giovane e ovviamente bellissima mediatrice culturale eritrea che collabora con la polizia. L'ispettore cade in una serie di gaffe quando la scambia per una clandestina e decide, per farsi perdonare della sua scarsa sensibilità, di aiutarla a portare a termine una ricerca sul lavoro nero. La coppia, lavorando gomito a gomito, smaschera così una banda criminale che organizza "cacce all'uomo" per borghesi annoiati, ricostruendo il quadro della misteriosa sparizione di un immigrato clandestino, legata al caporalato nella manodopera agricola.

Rai2 non ha ancora confermato ufficialmente il rinnovo della serie diretta dai Manetti Bros. per un'ottava stagione, ma gli ottimi ascolti di questi ultimi episodi farebbero propendere per un ritorno certo dell'Ispettore sugli schermi di Rai2.

Nonostante sia stata la meno apprezzata dai fan storici di Coliandro ma anche dal creatore del personaggio, il giallista Carlo Lucarelli, gli ascolti della terza puntata hanno fatto segnare una nuova crescita e un picco per questa stagione, totalizzando 2 milioni e 596mila spettatori e il 10,7% di share in una serata dominata dalla Champions League con la partita Tottenham-Inter su Rai1. Si tratta del miglior dato della nuova stagione per la serie con Giampaolo Morelli, che dunque fa ben sperare per il suo ritorno.

D'altronde lo stesso protagonista si è sempre mostrato legato al personaggio e al progetto, come ricordato di recente in un'intervista a Domenica In, tornando a rivestire i panni di Coliandro sempre volentieri nonostante in questi anni abbia fatto carriera sul grande schermo (nel 2018 il film Ammore e Malavita dei Manetti Bros, di cui è stato protagonista, ha sbancato l'edizione dei David di Donatello).

La puntata piaciuta meno è la terza. speriamo di recuperare con l'ultima...
a stasera con Coliandro

Pubblicato da Carlo Lucarelli su Mercoledì 5 dicembre 2018

Non resta dunque che attendere l'esito degli ascolti del finale di Coliandro 7 per scoprire la decisione di Rai Fiction in merito al suo futuro.

L'articolo Finale de L’Ispettore Coliandro 7, l’ottava stagione ci sarà? Ultimo episodio il 5 dicembre con Tognazzi e Calabresi proviene da Optimagazine - webzine di Optima Italia.


          Comment on Eritrea: 2016 Trafficking in Persons Report, U.S. Department of State by Alem      Cache   Translate Page      
Eritrea is indeed a despot lawless state and the North Korea of Africa". RULLED BY UNELECTED SELF APPOINTED NARCESSIST PSYCHOPATH criminal ISAYAS AFEWORKI. The criminal tyrant will sell his soul to stay in power. 1-Our journalists are in jail without committing any kind of crime and all free media outlets are SHUT DOWN. 2-Our politicians including G-15 are dying in prison for choosing democracy instead of tyranny and dictatorship. 3- Every month 4 to 5 thousands of our youngsters are running away from slavery, hopelessness, torture, rape and death by the unelected criminal regime of ISAYAS AFEWORKI and his criminal gangsters. 4-Heroic leaders like BITEWEDED ABRHA and other heroic Eritrean men and women who secured our independence instead of getting honored and celebrated for their unparalleled contribution for our independence, because they chose freedom and democracy instead of accepting tyranny and dictatorship, they are thrown into prison cells like common criminals by the narcissist ISAYAS AFEWORKI and his criminal regime and paying the ultimate price for our freedom. 5-Thousands of our youngsters are decaying and dying in the concentration camps of SAWA, slaving their life away in the name of misguided and delusional national service. 6-Our Eritrea is heading towards NOT self reliance but towards self destruction and decay because of misguided and delusional policies of a drug addict despot ISAYAS AFEWORKI and his criminal gangsters.
          Ethiopia's Prime Minister Takes Strides In Solidifying Peace With Eritrea       Cache   Translate Page      
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit DAVID GREENE, HOST: This week, we've been looking at historic changes in Ethiopia, and there's one man driving a lot of them - Abiy Ahmed. He's the young prime minister of Ethiopia chosen to lead by the ruling party. Since he took office, he has pushed reforms few thought possible in one of the world's most authoritarian countries. He's beloved for this, but there have also already been attempts on his life. Here's more from NPR's Eyder Peralta. EYDER PERALTA, BYLINE: Back in June, hundreds of thousands of Ethiopians show up to Meskel Square in the middle of Addis Ababa. They come to show support for the reforms being instituted by their new prime minister, and he basks in that adoration. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) PRIME MINISTER ABIY AHMED: (Speaking Amharic). (CHEERING) PERALTA: As seen on state TV, he delivers a hopeful speech. And when he's done, he waves, smiles, and the emcee takes over the mic. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)


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