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Eritrean Mission to the UN: Statement by H.E. Mr. Osman Saleh at the 67th Session of the UNGA Conference on Human Trafficking
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Ethiopia affirms readiness for dialogue with Eritrea
Mohammed Awad |bikyanews.com | Posted date: May 01, 2013
Ethiopia and Eritrea look to forge new negotiations on border tension.
ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopian government officials this week reaffirmed their commitment to have peace discussions with longtime foe and neighbor Eritrea with the aim of ending decades of tension along the border...
Audio: Interview with Eritrean Ambassador to the UN Araya Desta with VOA Tigrinia:
Interview regarding to the recent Letter to H.E. Mr. Kim Sook Chairman Security Council Committee pursuant to Resolutions 751 (1992) and 1907 (2009)
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Human Rights Watch (HRW) is a political organization manipulating human rights agendas to further Western and US hegemony globally. The international community is yet to wake up to the reach, penetration, funding, ability and, all the activities HRW conducts globally.
HRW is funded by sources that pursue global US and Western agendas. The leadership, based in the US, runs offices...
Eritrea’s UN Ambassdor Araya Desta responds to Ethiopia’s UN Ambassador Tekeda Alemu
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U.N. envoy Susan Rice is dropping out of the running to be the next secretary of state. Brian Williams will have an exclusive interview with Rice on tonight's "Rock Center With Brian Williams" at 10p/9c.
By Tracy Connor, NBC News
Embattled U.N. envoy Susan Rice is dropping out of the running to be the next secretary of state after months of criticism over her Benghazi comments,...
John Ging, Director of Operations at the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. UN Photo/Fabrice Arlot
(UN News Center) 20 November 2012 – The international community must support Eritrea as it strives to end hunger and increase its resilience to severe climatic conditions, a United Nations humanitarian official said today following a two-day visit to the Horn of Africa...
By Dana Milbank | Washington Post, Published November 16, 2012
President Obama had a rare “bring-it-on” moment when ABC News’s Jonathan Karl asked him about threats by Republican Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham to block the confirmation of Susan Rice, should he nominate her for secretary of state.
“If Senator McCain and Senator Graham and others want to go after...
At UN, Power of Secret Ballot Shown in Low Saudi Vote, US Said to Face
By Matthew Russell Lee | Inner City Press
UNITED NATIONS, November 11 — The only contested race for the UN Human Rights Council on November 12 is in the Western European and Other Group, among the US, Sweden, Germany, Greece and Ireland. Significantly, it will be a secret ballot.
Friday night between the UN...
Elected as Africa representatives for three-year terms on the 16-member panel were candidates from Senegal and Eritrea.
Eritrea's Tesfa Alem Seyoum finished first in the five-way contest for the two seats even though the UN Security Council has imposed sanctions on Eritrea for materially aiding Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia.
Babou Sene of Senegal won the other Africa seat on...