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Since independence the Eritrean Navy has expanded its fleet of high-speed patrol boats. This branch of the Eritrean Defence Forces served with distinction under the command of then Commander Tewolde Kelati. The current Commander of the Eritrean Naval Forces is Major General Hummed Ahmed Karikare. The Eritrean Naval Forces Headquarters is in Massawa.
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Asmara-Massawa Trip: Finote LiuKat TV program captures on this week's episode the breath taking Asmara-Massawa road. Also the show looks into the development of the city of Massawa as well as the new Dahlak Hotel. Finote LiuKat is an ERI-TV (Eritrean Television) weekly program from Asmara, Eritrea.
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Wenham Scientist's 'Mangrove Tree' Tale to be Honored Thursday Night
Dr. Gordon Sato of Wenham will talk about his project to feed the poor of Eritrea and the children's book about his work at Gordon College on Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.
By Robert Gates
An award-winning scientist who has lived quietly in Wenham for 10 years will take the stage...
STREET BIKING: ASMAWA ROADTRIP – PHOTOSTORY
by Poncho, Mar 5, 2012
In western and Asian metropoles, the term ‘fixie’ represents urban mobility and a do-it-yourself lifestyle. Switzerland’s Patrick Seabase breaks out of this context and proves to be a genuine extreme athlete. His latest adventure took him to Eritrea, a little known country situated on the Horn...
Adulis, 24 February 2012 – The second phase of excavation conducted in the historical and ancient port of Adulis and the findings of new traces and artifacts would further reinforces the Adulite civilization, explained the Eritreans and Italian archeologists working at the site.
The researchers, during an explanation they gave to Ms. Askalu Menkorios, Minister of Tourism, during her visit...
Adulis, 20 February 2012 – The second phase of excavation is underway in Adulis in order to further analyze the ancient civilization of the ancient port, disclosed Dr. Yosef Libseqal, director general of the Eritrean National Museum.
Dr. Yosef said that the excavation that is being conducted in four places in five phases is in progress with cooperation of Eritrean and Italian archeologists so...
Massawa, Eritrea: Notable buildings in the city include the shrine of Sahaba, as well as the fifteenth century Sheikh Hanafi Mosque and various houses of coral. Many Ottoman buildings survive, such as the bazaar. Later buildings include the Imperial Palace, built in 1872 to 1874 for Werner Munzinger; St. Mary's Cathedral; the 1920s Banco d'Italia. The Eritrean War of Independence is commemorated...
By Berhane Woldu,
Eritrea’s Strategic Location along the Red Sea provides ideal exposure to one of the world’s busiest shipping lines and established linkages to other areas of the region and beyond. The port of Massawa is a transit point for goods to the Middle East, European and Asian Markets. The development of the port is poised to bring about potential gains to trade.
The Eritrean port
of Massawa ‒ to be
expanded along with
Asab in order to handle
increasing mining exports
Asmara, Eritrea — MININGREVIEW.COM — 04 January 2012 – President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea says the country’s mining activities have a major comparative advantage over their rivals, in...
Eritrea is rich in its historical and natural scenery. Eritrea’s strategic location makes it valuable in historical importance and researches.
The historic railway, which was built by the Italians and then rebuilt by the Government of Eritrea after independence, is also fascinating. It is one of the oldest railways in Africa.
Eritrea has five distinct ecosystems—Sahel, savanna,...