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ምምሕዳር ትራምፕን እንግሊዝን ዝኣተውዎ ምስሕሓብ 'ጠለፋ ቴለፎን'

tigrigna.voanews.com - Fri, 03/17/2017 - 20:48
ፕረዚደንት ዶናልድ ትራምፕ ኣብ’ዚ ቀረባ ‘ትካል ስለያ እንግሊዝ ኣብ ጠለፋ ቴለፎን ህንጻ ትራምፕ ኢድ ነይሩዎ’ ምባሎም ‘ትርጉም ዘይብሉ መግለጺ’ ኢላ ነጺጋቶ እንግሊዝ። ካብ ፕረዚደንታዊ ቤት ጽሕፈት (ዋይት ሃውስ) እቲ ኣባሃህላ ኣይድገምን ዝብል መረጋገጺ ከምዝተቐበለት’ ገሊጻ’ላ እንግሊዝ። ወሃቢ ቃል ቀዳመይቲ ሚንስትር ቴረዛ መይ ‘እቲ ሓሙስ ብዋይት ዝተዋሃበ መግለጺ ‘ትርጉም ዘይብሉ መግለጺ’ዩ’፣ ‘ብመሰረት ክልቲኤን ሃገራት ዝኸተማሉ ውዕል፣ እንግሊዝ ኣብ ልዕሊ ኣሜሪካ ስለያ ኣይትፍጽምን’ ኢሎም። ትማሊ ሓሙስ መግለጺ ዝሃበ ወሃቢ ቃል ዋይት ሃውስ ሽዋን ስፓይሰር ‘ንቴለቭዥን ፋክስ ጠቂሱ፣ GCHQ ዝተባሃለ ትካል ስለያ እንግሊዝ ኣብ ህንጻ ትራምፕ ተግባር ስለያ ኣካይዱ’ሎ’ ምባሉ እቲ ዜና ይሕብር። ጋዜጠኛ ፋክስ ኣንድሪው ናፖሊታኖ ‘ሰለስተ ስለያዊ ምንጭታት ንፋክስ ከምዝበልዎ፣ ፕረዚደንት በራክ ኦባማ ካብ ስልጣኖም ወጻኢ፣ እቲ ስለያ ንክካየድ ከምዝኣዘዙን GCHQ ከምዝተሳተፈን’ ምባሉን ገሊጹ’ዩ።
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ፖሊሲ 'ስትራተጂካዊ ዓቕሊ ምግባር' ምስ ሰሜን ኮርያ ኣይሰርሐን ኢሎም ሚኒስትር ወጻኢ ኣሜሪካ

tigrigna.voanews.com - Fri, 03/17/2017 - 20:42
ኣሜሪካ ነቲ ሰሜን ኮርያ ዝፈጠረቶ ስግኣት ንዩኩለራዊ ኣጽዋር ንምቁጽጻር መታን፣ ፕረዚደንት በራክ ኦባማ ኣብ ልዕሊ ሰሜን ኮርያ ይትግብርዎ ዝነበረ ፖሊሲ ‘ስትራተጂካዊ ዓቕሊ ምግባር’ ተቐልቢሱ ‘ሓይሊ ዝሕወሶ ግብሪ’ ከምዝትግበር ሚኒስትር ወጻኢ ኣሜሪካ ኣፍሊጦም። ረክስ ቲለርሰን ሎሚ ኣብ ደቡብ ኮርያ ኣብ ዝሃብዎ መግለጺ ‘ክሳዕ ዝካኣለኒ ንጹር ክኾን ይደሊ’የ፣ ስትራተጂካዊ ዓቕሊ ምግባር ኣብቒዑ’ዩ፣ ደጊም ኩሎም ኣማራጺታት ክንጥቅመሎም ኢና’ ኢሎም። ሚስተር ቲለርሰን ቅድሚ ኣብ ጥቓ ዞባ ጸጥታ ዶባት ሰሜንን ደቡብን ኮርያ ዝተዋፈሩ ሰራዊት ኣሜሪካ ምርኻቦም ምስ ኣዘዝቲ ሰራዊ ኣሜሪካ ተዘራሪቦም ኣለው። ብዘይካ’ዚ ምስ ጊዚያዊ ፕረዚደንት ደቡብ ኮርያን ምስ ሚኒስትር ወጻኢን እታ ሃገርን እውን ተማኺሮም’ዮም። ‘ኣብ ዝሓለፉ ዕስራ ዓመታት ዝተፈጸሙ ዲፕሎማሲያዊ ስራሕቲን፣ ንሰሜን ኮርያ ምቅብጣርን ኣይሰርሑን’ ኢሎም ሚኒስትር ወጻኢ ኣሜሪካ።
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ምቅይያር ኩነታት ኣየር ኣፍሪቃ ኣብ ሕርሻ ብዝፈጠሮ ተፅዕኖ ዋጋ መግቢ ብዝለዓለ ንሂሩ’ሎ

tigrigna.voanews.com - Fri, 03/17/2017 - 18:26
ምቅይያር ኩነታት ኣየር ደቡባዊ፣ምዕራብን ምብራቕን ኣፍሪቃ ኣብ ሕርሻ ብዝፈጠሮ ተፅዕኖ ዋጋ መግቢ ብዝለዓለ ንሂሩ’ሎ።ናህሪ ዋጋ ካብ ናይጀሪያ ክሳብ ሶማል፣ ዙምባቤው ዝተንከፈ እዩ።
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ምብራቕ ኣፍሪቃ፣ 20 ሚልዮን ህዝቢ ሓደጋ ደርቂ ተቓሊዑ ከምዘሎ ተሓቢሩ

erena.org - Fri, 03/17/2017 - 12:08

Radio Erena: 17 March 2017

Drought

ኣብ ምብራቕ ኣፍሪቃ፣ ኣንጸላልዩ ዘሎ ሓደጋ ደርቂ ንኣስታት 20 ሚልዮን ህዝቢ ጸልዩ ከምዘሎ ኣህጉራውያን ትካላት ይገልጻ።

ነዚ ኣብ ደቡብ ሱዳን፣ ኢትዮጵያ፣ ሶማልን ኬንያን ኣንጸላልዩ ዘሎ ሓደጋ ደርቂ ንምምካት፣ ፕሮግራም መግቢ ዓለም፣ ውድብ መግብን ሕርሻን ካልኦት ኣህጉራውያን ትካላት ረድኤትን ናይ ኣማኢት ሚልዮናት ዶላር ሓገዝ ይሓታ ኣለዋ።

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ናብ ዝበዝሐ ክፋል ዓለም ናይ መጓዓዝያ በረራታት ከየካይድ ዝተኣገደ መንገዲ ኣየር ሱዳን፣ ናብ ኤርትራ ዘካየዶ በረራታት ንምስፋሕ ይውጥን

erena.org - Fri, 03/17/2017 - 12:07

Radio Erena: 17 March 2017

Sudan air

ናብ ዝበዝሐ ክፋል ዓለም ናይ መጓዓዝያ በረራታት ከየካይድ ዝተኣገደ መንገዲ ኣየር ሱዳን፣ ናብ ኤርትራ ዘካይዶ በረራታት የስፍሕ ከምዘሎ ተሓቢሩ።

እቲ፣ ብሰንኪ ቴክኒካዊ ብቕዓት ተጓዓዝቲ ናብ ሓደጋ ከቃልዕ ይኽእል'ዩ ተባሂሉ ናብ ዝበዝሐ ክፋል ዓለም ናይ መጓዕዝያ በረራታት ከየካይድ ንነዊሕ ዓመታት ዝተኸልከለ መንገዲ ኣየር ሱዳን፣ ካብን ናብን ኣስመራ ካርቱም፣ በረራታት ከካይድ ድሕሪ ምጽናሕ'ዩ፣ ካብ ኣስመራ፣ ናብ ደቡብ ሱዳን ከተማ ጁባ፣ ስዑዲ ዓረብ ከተማታት ሪያድን ጀዳን፣ ናብ ቻድ ድማ ከተማ እንጀሜና በረራታቱ ዘስፍሕ ዘሎ።

ናብ ኤርትራ ናይ መጓዓዝያ በረራታት ዘካይዳ ኣህጉራውያን መንገድታት ኣየር፣ በብእዋኑ የቛርጻ ምስ ምህላወን፣ በዓል መዚ ሲቪል ኣቭየሽን ከም መተካእታ ናብ ኤርትራ ኣገልግሎት ዝህባ መንገዲታት ኣየር ከናዲ'ዩ ጸኒሑ።

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መደበር ኣስመራ 'መርኣያ ርእስኻ ምኽኣል'

tigrigna.voanews.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 21:17
ኣብ ኣስመራ ዝርከብ `መደበር` ተባሂሉ ዝጽዋዕ ቦታ፡ ዝተፈለላዩ ንገዛን ንሕርሻን ዘገልግሉ ኣቑሑት ብምስራሕ ይፍለጥ። ናብ መደበር እንተኣቲኻ ዝጸንሓካ ጋዕ ገልጠም ምስረኣኻ ኣብ ዓቢይ ኢንዱስትሪ ዝኣተኻ ኾይኑ ይስምዓካ። `እወ ዓቢይ ኢንዱስትሪ`ንድዩ` ዝብሉ`ውን ኣለዉ። ኣብኡ ዝጸንሓካ ፍቕሪ ስራሕ ናይ ርእስኻ ምኽኣል መልእኽቲ የመሓላልፍ። ካብ`ቶም ኣብ መደበር ምስ ሓጺነ-መጺን ክቓለሱ ዝውዕሉ  ሰባት ሓደ መንእሰይ ሚልዮን በርሀ`ዩ። መንእሰይ ሚልዮን በርሀ ብዛዕባ መደበርን ስርሓቱን ዘካየዶ ቃለ መጠይቕ ኣብዚ ምስማዕ ይክኣል።  
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ኣእዳው ዘይብሉ ኢደ ጥበባዊ መንእሰይ

tigrigna.voanews.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 21:07
ኣብ ትግራይ ከተማ ሃገረሰላም ዝነብር መንእሰይ ሃይልሽ ገብረስላሰ ክልተ ኣእዳው ዘይብሉ፣ ኣብ ኣእጋሩ እውን ከቢድ ፀገም ዘለዎ ኮይኑ እዩ ተፈጢሩ፡፡ ይኹን ደአ እምበር ኣካለይ ጐዲሉ ብምባል ኣእዳዉን ኣእጋሩን ኣጣሚሩ ኮፍ ኣይበለን፡፡ ናይ ባዕሉ መስርሒ ውፅኢት ሓፂነመፂን ከፊቱ ይሰርሕ'ሎ፡፡ ዝለዓለ ወነን ድልየትን ስራሕ እኳ እንተሃለዎ ድሑር መሳርሒ ስለዝጥቀም ዘሎ ካብዚ ንላዕሊ ኣፍራያይ ንምዃን ዘበናዊ መሳርሒ ሓፂነመፂን ከምዘድልዮ ሃይልሽ ይገልፅ፡፡ ምሉእ ትሕዝቶ ኣብዚ ምስማዕ ይክኣል።    
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ቀ/ሚ ኢትዮጵያ ንፓርላማ'ታ ሃገር ብዛዕባ ውሽጣዊ ምዕባለን ኩነታት ምስ ኤርትራን ርፖርት ኣቕሪቦም

tigrigna.voanews.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 20:58
ካብ ዝትግበር ሓሙሽተ ኣዋርሕ ዘቁጸረ ‘ኣዋጅ ህጹጽ ጊዜ’ ሓደ ጊዜ ክናዋሕ ከምዝኽእል ቀ/ሚ ኃይለማርያም ደሳለኝ ሎሚ ኣፍሊጦም። ተቓወምቲ ፓርቲታት’ውን ሪኢቶ ሂቦም ኣለው። ኣቦ መንበር መድረክ ዶ/ር በየነ ጴጥሮስ ‘ቀደሙ’ውን ዘይደገፍናዮ ኣዋጅ’ዩ፣ ብቕልጡፍ ክላዓል ኢና ንጽውዕ ዘለና’ ኢሎም እቶም ቀ/ሚ ‘በዝሒ ካብ ኤርትራ ናብ ኢትዮጵያ ዕለታዊ እናሰገሩ ዝመጹ፣ ካብ 150 ክሳብ 200 በጺሑ’ሎ። ካብ ሞንጎኦም እቶም ሕምሺት ወትሃደራት ምኻኖም ድማ ኩነታት ኤርትራ እናገደደ ይመጽእ ምህላው ሓባሪ’ዩ’ ኢሎም። ኣብ’ዚ ቀረባ ሪኢቶ ዝሃቡ ሚኒስትር ዜና ኣቶ የማነ ገ/መስቀል ‘ቀንዲ መንቀሊ ስደት፣ ፖሊቲካዊ ወጽዓን ቁጠባዊ ጸገማትን ኣይኮኑን፣ እቲ ኢትዮጵያ ዝፈጠረቶ ዝበልዎ ‘ኹናትን ወረ-ኩናትን’ዩ’ ኢሎም ነይሮም።
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ፕረዝደንት ትራምፕ “ብቀዳምነት ኣሜሪካ” ዝብል ዝርዝር ባጀት ንቤት ምኽሪ ኣቅሪቦም

tigrigna.voanews.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 20:09
ፕረዝደንታዊ ቤት ጽሕፈት ኣሜሪካ (ዋይት ሃውስ) ዝርዝር ባጀት ሎሚ ሓሙስ ኣቕሪቡ።
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VOA60 World PM - Letter Bomb Explodes at Paris IMF Office

tigrigna.voanews.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 20:01
Letter Bomb Explodes at Paris IMF Office
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VOA60 America - President Trump’s First Budget Designed to Put 'America First'

tigrigna.voanews.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 20:01
President Trump’s First Budget Designed to Put 'America First'
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Nakfa’s Symbolic Value

awate.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 18:32
It is embarrassing to witness, in this day and age, abnormal developments creep into our campaigns for human and democratic rights of Eritreans. The aim of the sectarian and ethnocentric maneuver is to sow discord between groups, loosen our Ghedli-history that binds us together and then destroy the social fabric of our communities. The Agazian…
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Face to face with the Eritrean exodus into Ethiopia

irinnews.org - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 16:20

Under the early morning sun in the most northern region of Ethiopia a motley group of Eritrean men, women and children arrive dusty and tired at the end of a journey – and at the start of another. 

After crossing the border under cover of darkness (leaving Eritrea without authorisation is a crime punishable by up to five years in jail), they are found by Ethiopian soldiers and taken to Adinbried – a compound of modest buildings at one of the 12 so-called “entry points” dotted along this barren 910-kilometre border. This is where their long asylum process will begin.

“It took us four days travelling from Asmara,” a 31-year-old man tells IRIN of his trek from the Eritrean capital, about 80 kilometres north of the border. “We travelled for 10 hours each night, sleeping in the desert during the day.”

With him are another three men, three women, six girls and four small boys. The smuggler who guided them charged $2,500 each.

“He was good,” the man says. “He showed us the safe paths, and helped carry the children on his shoulders. He didn’t ask for more money like some do.”

He says they carried very little because of the distance and because they didn’t want to betray their intentions to Eritrean soldiers.

Asylum pipeline

From the 12 entry points, Eritreans are taken to a screening centre for registration in the town of Endabaguna, 60 kilometres west of the popular tourist destination of Aksum. Then, they are assigned to one of four refugee camps in the Tigray region, bordering Eritrea.

In February 2017, 3,367 Eritreans arrived in Ethiopia, according to Ethiopia’s Administration for Refugee and Returnee Affairs.

There are around 165,000 Eritrean refugees and asylum seekers in Ethiopia, according to the UN refugee agency. Thousands more Eritreans live in the country outside the asylum system.

“Sometimes we get more than 120 people a day,” says Luel Abera, the reception coordinator at Adinbried. “The stories I hear are very sad: pregnant women delivering on the way, people shot at or wounded, hungry and hurt children.”

Luel fought with the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front when it was a rebel group (it is now the largest party in Ethiopia’s ruling coalition), which, alongside the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front, toppled Mengistu Haile Mariam’s dictatorship in 1991. In May of that year, the EPLF marched into Asmara, reinstating Eritrea’s independence from Ethiopia.

“The Eritrean people are good,” Luel says. “They fought for independence for 30 years. But from day one, [Eritrean President] Isaias [Afwerki] has ruled the country without caring about his people’s interests.”

Push factors

Among those dropped off at Adinbried when IRIN visits are three Eritrean soldiers – or deserters. Escaping poorly paid and protracted national service is one of the most common reasons cited by Eritrean migrants for fleeing their country.

“Living conditions in Eritrea are more dangerous than crossing the border,” says one of them, a 39-year-old who served 20 years in the military.

He explains that the three of them were farmers from the same village who, when drafted into national service, were posted to different locations along the Ethiopian border.

They decided to cross as it was getting harder to leave their duty stations for the month they needed to be on their farms for harvest time, and because the government recently introduced a new tax on each head of livestock.

The three soldiers weren’t allowed mobile phones, so, in planning their escape, they communicated by word of mouth and through letters using colleagues they trusted. Each left a wife and child behind.

“The wives didn’t want us to go and were too scared to come,” the 39-year-old says. “But they’re not angry with us. Whether we are in national service or Ethiopia, they still can’t see us.”

It’s just over 24 hours since they crossed the border and both groups have moved to the screening centre in Endabaguna. The place is jammed with migrants – mostly teenagers and young adults.

“Most say they faced military conscription, religious persecution, arbitrary detention, torture. Land division by the government is a new complaint,” says centre coordinator Teshome Kasa, adding that 1,008 new asylum seekers have arrived in the last seven days alone.

Luel Abera, reception coordinator at the Adinbried entry point, keeping track of the number of Eritrean arrivals. James Jeffrey/IRIN Luel Abera keeps track of new arrivals

Forgotten

From the reception centre at Endabaguna, it is on to the camps.

Opened in 2004, Shimelba was the first Ethiopian camp for Eritrean refugees. Residents are allowed to construct their own dwellings here and now it looks like a small town. It is home to more than 6,000 people, mostly from the Kunama ethnic group, one of nine in Eritrea and historically the most marginalised.

Asked whether she would like to be resettled outside Ethiopia, Nagazeuelle, a Kunama who has been here for 17 years, tells IRIN: “I have no interest in going to other countries… My interest is in my country [Eritrea].

“I need my country,” she repeats. “We had rich and fertile land, but the government took it. We weren’t an educated people, so they picked on us. I am an example of the first refugees from Eritrea, but now people from all nine ethnic groups are coming.”

Haile, a Tigrayan Eritrean in his fifties who has been a refugee for five years, tells IRIN his father and brother died in prison in Eritrea.

“The world has forgotten us, apart from the US, Canada and Ethiopia,” he says. “The United Nations is too tolerant of Isaias. What is happening is beyond [words]. It is a deep crisis. So why is the international community silent?”

About 50 kilometres south of Shimelba lies Hitsats, the newest and largest of the four camps. It has 11,000 refugees and four in five of them are under the age of 35.

Outside camp coordinator Haftam Telemickael’s office, a group of Eritreans is meeting a staff member to renew ration cards. Each month, every Hitsats resident is entitled to 10kg of wheat, 1kg of palm oil, 1kg of protein powder, a quarter kilogramme of salt and sugar each, one piece of soap, and 60 Ethiopian birr ($2.75) spending money.

“At least here they get permission to move freely and visit family in places like Addis Ababa,” says Tesfaye, a refugee who also works as a camp social worker. “In Eritrea there are six zones and you can’t move to another zone without permission. Even in Asmara you have to get permission to move to different parts of the city.”

Sudan is the other main overland option for Eritrean asylum seekers. But around and even inside the refugee camps there, Eritreans are particularly vulnerable targets for gangs who kidnap migrants for ransom, often torturing them during phone calls to relatives to persuade them to send money.

“In Sudan, there are more problems. We can sleep peacefully here,” says 32-year-old Ariam, who came to Hitsats four years ago with her two children after spending four years in a Sudanese camp.

Ariam owned a small hotel in Asmara but couldn’t sell it before she left as that would have aroused government suspicion. She lost about 80,000 nakfa ($5,000) on it. Now she survives on rations and by making and selling flatbread injera, generating about 3,000 Ethiopian birr ($136) a month.  

An Eritrean migrant newly arrived in Ethiopia shows the little money he has left James Jeffrey/IRIN Paying smugglers to escape Eritrea leaves many migrants with little money left over

The common thread to everyone’s story here is the hardship they experienced in Eritrea, a country under semi-autocratic rule that is all but cut off to journalists.

“It was difficult to live in Eritrea because of my small salary,” says 23-year-old Samrawit after entering Ariam’s home for coffee. “My husband is in prison because he tried to cross the border. I want to go to another country. I don’t dislike it here, but from Ethiopia it’s difficult to communicate with my family. From other countries it would be easier.”

Worst of neighbours

Relations between Addis Ababa and Asmara soured not long after Eritrea regained independence and in 1998 degenerated into a two-year border war that cost thousands of lives. The neighbours remain bitter enemies to this day and their shared border is highly militarised.

One of the entry points is in the town of Badme, the war’s flashpoint, in a region still occupied by Ethiopia in defiance of an international adjudication attributing it to Eritrea.

“I crossed after hearing they were about to round people up for the military,” says 20-year-old Gebre. “I wasn’t going to go through that –you’re hungry, there’s no salary, you’re not doing anything to help your country; you’re just serving officials.”

With Gebre are another 14 young men ranging in age from 16 to 20 who also crossed to avoid military service, but there are plenty of young mothers too.

“Life was getting worse,” says 34-year-old Samrawit. “I had no work to earn money to feed my children.” Only her two youngest children are with her. “I would like to make sure coming here is worth it before the elder two come,” she explains.

She travelled with 22-year-old mother-of-two Yordanos, having met her at the Eritrean town of Barentua, about 50 kilometres north of the border – their rendezvous point with their smuggler. He took them by car to the Mereb River, where they crossed into Ethiopia.

Neither knows how much the smuggler was paid, payment having been organised by their husbands who now live in Switzerland and Holland.

An army truck pulls up while the women and young men are waiting at the Badme entry point. It hasn’t come to take them to the screening centre, rather to deposit another eight refugees picked up at the border.

“Our soldiers don’t get any sleep they are so busy at night collecting refugees,” says an Ethiopian major.

(TOP PHOTO: The rugged landscape of northern Ethiopia's Tigray region, which lies on the Eritrean border. James Jeffrey/IRIN)

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ሚኒስትር ወጻኢ ጉዳያት ብሪጣንያ ኣብ ኢትዮጵያ ዑደት የኻይዱ’ለው

tigrigna.voanews.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 16:03
ሚኒስትር ወጻኢ ጉዳያት ብሪጣንያ ቦሪስ ጆንሰን ሎሚ ኣብ ዋና ከተማ አዲስ አበባ ኣብ ዝአተውሉ ንትካል መንገዲ ኣየር ኢትዮጵያ በጺሖም ምስ  ላዕለዋይ ሓላፊ መንገዲ ኣየር ኢትዮጵያ ተወልደ ገብረማርያምን ተዘራሪቦም። ንሶም ምስ ላዕለዎት ሰበስልጣን ኢትዮጵያ ተራኺቦም ክዘራረቡ ትጽቢት ተጌርሉ’ሎ። ሚኒስትር ወጻኢ ጉዳያት ብሪጣንያ  ቦሪስ ጆንሰን ኢትዮጵያ “ልዑል ዓቕሚ ዘለዋ ሃገር’ያ” ድሕሪ ምባል ቅልጡፍ ምዕባለ ተመዝግብ ከምዘላ’ውን ገሊጾም። ብተወሳኺ ሓደ ካብ ዕላማ ዑደቶም ምስ ምስ ኢትዮጵያ ሸሪክነት ንምሕያል ምኳኑ ብምሕባር እቲ ሸሪኽነት ድማ ዓብይ ዕድል’ዩ ክብሉ ገሊጾም። ሚኒስትር ወጻኢ ብሪጣንያ ቦሪስ ጆንሰን ኣቐዲሞም ኣብ ኡጋንዳን ሶማልያን ዑደት ኣካይዶም’ዮም።
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ናብ ኢትዮጵያ ካብ ዝሰግሩ ዘለዉ ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት እቶም 39 ሚእታዊት ቆልዑ ምዃኖም ተገሊጹ

erena.org - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 14:48

Radio Erena: 16 March 2017

IOM Endabaguna

ኣብ ኢትዮጵያ፣ ክልል ትግራይ፣ ኣብ ምዕራብ ሽረ ኣብ ዝርከብ፣ ማእከል ምጽራይ ስደተኛታት እንዳባጉና፣ ካብ ዝምዝገቡ ዘለዉ ኣሽሓት ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት እቶም 39 ሚእታዊት ትሕቲ ዕድመ ቆልዑ ምዃኖም ተገሊጹ።

እቶም 14 ሚእታዊት ካብዚኣቶም ከኣ ብዘይኣላዊ ዶብ ዝሰገሩ'ዮም ክብል ጸብጻብ ላዕለዋይ ኮሚሽን ስደተኛታት ሕቡራት ሃገራት   (UNHCR) የመልክት።

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ኣብ ዶብ ኢትዮጵያን ደቡብ ሱዳንን፣ ኣብ ዝተኻየደ ግጭት ብውሕዱ 28 ሰባት ተቐቲሎም

erena.org - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 14:46

Radio Erena: 16 March 2017

Gambella22

ኣብቲ ንኢትይጵያን ደቡብ ሱዳንን ዘዳውብ ዘዳውብ ከባቢታት ዝርከቡ ዓሌታት ብዝካየድዎ ግጭት ብውሕዱ 28 ከምዝተቀትሉ ንሰበስልጣን እታ ሃገር ብምጥቃስ ኣሶሸትድ ፕረስ ሓቢሩ።

ኣብቲ ብ10ን 12ን መጋቦት ዝተኻየደ ግጭት፣ ልዕሊ 100 ዝኾኑ ካብ ኦኣሌት ሙርለ ዝኾኑ ዕጡቃት ደቡብ ሱዳን፣ ናብ ሓንቲ ብ ክልል ጋምቤላ እትርከብ ቁሸት ብምእታው ነቲ መጥቃዕቲ ከምዝፈጸምዎ፣ ኣፈኛ ምምሕዳር ዞባ ጋምቤላ ቾል ቻኒ ገሊጹ።

ኣብቲ መጥቃዕቲ 10ታት ሰባት ግዳያት ሞትን መቑሰልትን ክኾኑ እንከለዉ፣ 43 ቆልዑ ድማ በቶም ዕጡቓት ተጨውዮም።

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ፕርዚደንት ትራምፕን ወራሲ ዓራት ስዑዲ ዓረብ መሓመድ ቢን ሳልማንን ኣብ ጉዳይ የመን ዘትዮም

erena.org - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 14:43

Radio Erena: 16 March 2017

Trump

ፕረዚደንት ኣመሪካ ዶናልድ ትራምፕ ምስ ወራሲ ዓራትን ሚኒስተር ምክልኻልን ስዑዲ ዓረብ መሓመድ ቢን ሳልማን ብምርኻብ ኣብ ህሉው ዝምድና ኣመሪካን ስዑዲ ዓረብን ከምኡ ድማ ኣብ ጉዳይ የመን የመን ብምትኳር ከምዝዘተየ ካብ ዋይት ሃውስ ዝተፈነወ ሓበሬታ ገሊጹ።

ኣመሪካ፣ ነቲ ኣብ የመን ብስዑዲ ዓረብ ተመሪሑ ዝካየድ ዘሎ ወትሃደራዊ ስርሒት ከምእትድግፍን፣ ኣሸበርቲ'ዮም ንዝበለቶም ጉጅለታት ከኣ ብናይ በይና ተበግሶ መጥቃዕታት ክትፍጽም ከምዝጸንሐት ዝፍለጥ'ዩ።

ፕረዚደንት ትራምፕ ናብ ስልጣን ካብ ዝመጽእ፣ ኣብ የመን ኣብ ልዕሊ ዝርከቡ ኣሸበርቲ ዝበሎም ዕጡቓት መጥቃዕቲ ክቕጽል ከምዝደሊ እኳ እንተረጋገጸ፣ ምስ ስዑዲ ዓረብ ብዛዕባ ዝህልዎ ዝምድና ግና ከይተነጸረ'ዩ ጸኒሑ።

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Eritrea participating at international conference

shabait.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 14:08

Eritrea is participating at the 61st Session of the Commission of the Status of Women which is being held from 13 to 24 March in New York City.

Asmara, 16 March 2017- Eritrea is participating at the 61st Session of the Commission of the Status of Women which is being held from 13 to 24 March in New York City.

Eritrea's delegation headed by Ms. Tekea Tesfamichael, President of the National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW) is participating in the session in which representatives from over 130 countries are taking part.

On the sideline of the annual session, Ms. Tekea is also conducting discussions with representatives of various countries on reinforcing bilateral ties and cooperation.

It is to be recalled that Eritrea participated in the regular session of the commission which was held in 1995 in Beijing, China, and signed an agreement that deals on the promotion of women's health and education, socio-economic development and eradication of harmful practices. Since then, Eritrea has been presenting annual reports to the Commission.

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Women's participation in higher education increases

shabait.com - Thu, 03/16/2017 - 14:08

Reports of the National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW) indicate that as a result of wider access to education thorough out the nation, the participation of women in higher education has witnessed remarkable progress.

Asmara, 16 March 2017- Reports of the National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW) indicate that as a result of wider access to education thorough out the nation, the participation of women in higher education has witnessed remarkable progress.

Documents of the union further highlight that women's participation in secondary schools has increased by 43.3% while that of tertiary education by 37.1%. The document indicates that despite the increased number of women’s enrolment in schools, harmful practices are still the main hindering factors for higher number of women’s participation in education.

Moreover, in line with the expansion of wider training opportunities, women's participation in all work areas has witnessed commendable progress. 

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