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UN Rushing to Relocate Ethiopian Refugees Away From Sudanese Border

GENEVA - The United Nations and other agencies are rushing to relocate thousands of refugees camped out along the disputed Sudan-Ethiopia border to safer areas further away. Tensions along the border region between Sudan and Ethiopia have grown since the conflict in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray province started in early November.  Since then, the U.N. High…

Eritrea: Mental Illness and Disorders – a Snapshot – AllAfrica.com

opinion By Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion Mental illnesses (also sometimes referred to as mental disorders) are conditions that affect an individual's thinking, feelings, moods, and behaviors. They are associated with distress and/or problems functioning in social, work, or family activities. Ranging in duration from temporary or occasional to long-lasting (which is called chronic), mental illnesses can…

Families Hold Out Hope for Eritrea’s Disappeared Journalists – New Delhi Times

They haven’t heard from their loved ones in nearly two decades, but the families of imprisoned journalists in Eritrea still hold out hope after authorities freed several prisoners after 26 years. One of the journalists held incommunicado for nearly 20 years is Amanuel Asrat. The editor of Zemen, a newspaper that covered the arts and…

Can President Xi turn China into a $30 trillion economy by 2035?

25:25 From: Counting the CostChina’s economy is expected to grow at its slowest pace since the Mao era, and debt has soared to $43 trillion.16 Jan 2021More episodes from Counting the Cost Can the world recover from the worst economic slump since WWII?play26:00As China tightens its grip on Hong Kong, could Taiwan be next?play26:00How China,…

Ethiopia’s Oromia conflict: Why a teacher was killed ‘execution-style’

An increasing number of civilians are becoming victims of the conflict in Ethiopia's Oromia region.

Families Hold Out Hope for Eritrea’s Disappeared Journalists

They haven’t heard from their loved ones in nearly two decades, but the families of imprisoned journalists in Eritrea still hold out hope after authorities freed several prisoners after 26 years.  One of the journalists held incommunicado for nearly 20 years is Amanuel Asrat. The editor of Zemen, a newspaper that covered the arts and…

UN Slams Ethiopian Government for Blocking Aid to Conflict-Ridden Tigray

GENEVA - U.N. agencies are criticizing Ethiopian authorities for blocking most humanitarian aid from reaching civilians and refugees caught up in the fighting in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray province. In early December, Ethiopian authorities struck a deal with the United Nations to allow unimpeded humanitarian supplies to reach the many people in need in Tigray. Unfortunately,…

Sudan Accuses Ethiopia of Escalating Tensions Over Disputed Territory

KHARTOUM - Tensions between Sudan and Ethiopia over a contested border area rose this week, as Sudan accused its neighbor of sending military planes over its airspace. Sudan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs says Ethiopian military warplanes crossed into Sudanese airspace this week in a "dangerous and unjustified escalation" of tensions over the disputed al-Fashaga area.…

WHO Eritrea Supports the Ministry of Health Maternity Waiting Homes in remote areas with Essential Supplies – Eritrea – ReliefWeb

As part of support of World Health Organization Eritrea to Ministry of Health for the continuity of essential health services on Maternal and Newborn health, WHO Eritrea handed over essential supplies that valued at 824,300.00 Nakfa to strengthen Eritrean Maternity Waiting Homes. Maternity waiting homes are residential facilities where women living remotely stays before giving…

Eritrea frees 28 Jehovah’s Witnesses prisoners, group says – Reuters UK

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Eritrea has released 28 members of the Jehovah’s Witnesses group after they served prison terms of up to 26 years, the Christian denomination said in a statement seen by Reuters on Monday.In 1994 Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki signed a decree revoking citizenship for members of the group for reasons including their conscientous…

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GENEVA - The United Nations and other agencies are rushing to relocate thousands of refugees camped out along the disputed Sudan-Ethiopia border to safer areas further away. Tensions along the border region between Sudan and Ethiopia have grown since the conflict in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray province started in early November.  Since then, the U.N. High…

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