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observed by Jane Goodall Institute researchers in Gombe National Park, Tanzania
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On Sunday, 2nd February 2014, the Forum was launched by Eritrean leaders in London. The event was addressed by Dr Assefaw Tekeste, a public health specialist and former head of ...
Source: Martin Plaut blog
New internal and external dynamics are shaping the relations between the two countries. The relationship between Eritrea and Ethiopia is arguably the most important and volatile in East Africa. The ...
President Isaias Afwerki appears in the Sudan, ending a week-long rumor by the Ethiopian-backed Eritrean opposition sites that claimed the president is on life support. The rumor, which was started ...
In some countries, wanting to broadcast the constitution on the media might be considered a routine exercise. Not in Eritrea, where some 55 soldiers who took over the information ministry ...
Events in the last twelve months indicate growing discontent inside Eritrea’s tightly controlled regime, as well as deepening political and social divisions. While the mounting number of incidents suggests that ...
The British government’s policy towards Eritrea appears to be somewhat confused. On the one hand David Cameron’s government wishes to press Eritrea to implement human rights reforms, on the other ...
Source: Martin Plaut Blog
Last week, soldiers in one of Africa’s most closed and repressive nations — Eritrea — occupied the country’s Ministry of Information and issued demands. The pattern was a familiar one. ...
Source: Boston Globe
Activists say that over 2,000 Eritreans including opposition politicians’ held a demonstration in London on Tuesday seeking democratic change in one of the world’s most politically repressive nations.
Source: Sudan Tribune
The Swedish newspaper, Expressen, manages to track down the exiled Ali Abdu, once among President Isaias Afewerki's closest associates.
The Eritrean capital, Asmara, saw an uprising on 21 January that was both unexpected and short-lived. Around 100 soldiers staged a mutiny and stormed the information ministry. The army responded ...
Source: Reporters Without Borders