Eritrea: An Icon of Social Harmony
Sunday, 25 August 2013 05:00 |
Following the official opening of the Eritrean National Festival in the morning hours of August 17, 2013, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims swarmed the city of Dekemhare to enjoy a magnificent holiday season with the cultural and artistic presentations showcased to highlight the event.
An Educational Policy Which Opened Broad Prospects
Wednesday, 03 July 2013 07:23 |
This season of the year is the time where students complete their academic and vocational studies; it is also a time where teachers and parents reap the outcome of their long investment which culminates with the graduation of their students.
Conference For Continued Growth And Development Of Festivals
Saturday, 08 June 2013 12:38 |
A conference assessing national festivals under the theme, “Our festivals: bridges across heritages”, has been conducted from the 6th to the 7th of June 2013. The conference was initiated with a goal to assess past experiences and fostering the capacity of organizing future festivals.
A Resistance That Demonstrated The Power Of A United People
Friday, 07 June 2013 00:34 |
The people of Eritrea have as always celebrated the 22nd independence anniversary of their country with great patriotic zeal. The ever growing festivities and popular enthusiasm in celebrating the anniversary of independent Eritrea is not only associated with the unmatched fortitude and incredible gallantry, but also the united popular vigor that foiled the external hostilities, which were waged to obstruct development programs of a sovereign nation.
Contravention of International Law, an Embarrassment to The International Community
Monday, 29 April 2013 11:29 |
As the flagrant invasion over Eritrea, which was carried on from May 1998 to June 2000, was dealt a blowing re-buff, it is to be noted that a comprehensive peace agreement aimed at resolving the alleged border dispute was concluded in December 2000 in Algiers. The Algiers Agreement was reached following the mediation by representatives of the international community–the United Nations and African Union–to which the US Administration, the European Union and the Government of Algeria are signatory guarantors for the said accord to enter into effect.