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Ethiopian tourist abductions and attacks blamed on Eritrea

(eTN) - Eritrea’s dictatorial and radical regime has been fingered by Eritrean opposition groups, Ethiopian, and other international sources for alleged complicity in the recent spate of attacks on

UN: Eritrea planned massive attack against African Union summit

The Eritrean Government planned a massive attack on an African Union meeting held earlier this year, according to a new United Nations report that states that this was just one of multiple violations

Eritrea subjected to UN sanctions

Eritrea got an unwelcome Christmas present from the UN Security Council, when in a 13-0-1 vote the council opted for sanctions until such time that the country "ceases arming, training, and equipping

International Tourism Day marked in Eritrea

Asmara — International Tourism Day was recently marked in Eritrea under the theme: "Tourism Promotes Diversity."

African Union now lays into Eritrea

In a rather unprecedented move over the weekend has the African Union called upon the UN Security Council to impose sanctions against Eritrea and other overt and covert supporters of the Somali milita

Go$ng green in Africa

TEL AVIV, Israel - When Golda Meir first visited Africa in 1958, she had a vision.

Ethiopia says stops kidnap of 28 French tourists

ADDIS ABABA - Ethiopia said on Wednesday security forces had stopped soldiers from neighbouring Eritrea abducting 28 French tourists in its remote northern Afar region."An attempt by Eritrean forces to abduct 28 French tourists in the Afar region has been foiled by Ethiopian security forces," a police statement read on state TV said.

Country endowed with rich tourism potential, say visiting foreign tourists

(eTN) - Visiting foreign tourists said that Eritrea is endowed with rich tourism potentials.They further indicated that Eritrea would be one of the top tourist destination countries in view of the prevailing peace and security in the country, coupled with its rich tourism potential and hospitable people.