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Hagos K'sha disappeared, with Bisha money?

Post by Zmeselo » 05 Dec 2018, 11:51

Isn't that what they told us here, few months ago?

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Post by Temt » 05 Dec 2018, 13:11

That was GREAT heading Zmeselo! Really. Can you imagine the salivation of the ER scavengers who are dying to find something, but anything, NEGATIVE report on Eritrea fake or otherwise to dwell in? :lol:
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Re: Hagos K'sha disappeared, with Bisha money?

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Djibouti President Ismail Omar Guelleh and Eritrea President Isaias Afwerki meet in Jeddah for peace, September 17, 2018

Eritrean president to pay a visit to Djibouti 'soon': FM

By Addis Getachew | Anadolu Agency

Djibouti's foreign minister on Wednesday said Eritrean President Isaias Afeworki will pay a visit to his country “soon”.

Djibouti and Eritrea have been maintaining high-level contacts after Ethiopia’s recommendation for a region-wide thaw was accepted across the board.

“We don’t have a date yet, but the two presidents will exchange visits soon,” Mahamoud Ali Youssouf told Anadolu Agency in an exclusive interview as he attended Ethiopian Day organized on the sidelines of the ongoing 2nd Djibouti International Trade Fair.

“The two presidents met in September and I met my Eritrean counterpart. We will build on that momentum. Confidence should be built,” he said.

“Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is launching initiatives that create the conducive environment for the reconciliation and he broadened the scope of the stability and prospect for peace in the region,” he said.

Youssouf said, “This has to be acknowledged and recognized [because] the prime minister has been instrumental in the new momentum.”

He described the region as the most volatile in Africa.

“In comparison with other regions in Africa, this region [the Horn of Africa] has been trapped in a number of crises; some of them internal like the case in Somalia, and some external like the case between Eritrea and Djibouti.

“I think that we needed a visionary leader who could think regional and see the opportunities for countries to come together, plan together, and work for the benefit of the people of the region,” Youssouf added.

“We are very optimistic, he said. "Because we have seen the first signals of the development of the situation. In the future, we will see more of it."

Relations between Eritrea and Djibouti have been tense since the 1980s due to land claims. In June 2008, the two countries fought a three-day war after Djibouti claimed that Eritrean forces dug trenches on its side of the border.
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Re: Hagos K'sha disappeared, with Bisha money?

Post by Fed_Up » 05 Dec 2018, 17:10

Brother Z

Are you disrupting the only hope the detractors and the losers camp? Quick kill ain’t my style. I love to kill them slowly and agonizing way. 48 egg and gallons of milk doing miracle - it made me to smile wide. Now this thread will make the Asswash rats group to heading underground till they made up new found reasons to came out of the hiding hole. :lol:

Thanks for sharing

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Re: Hagos K'sha disappeared, with Bisha money?

Post by Zmeselo » 05 Dec 2018, 19:26

Brothers Temt & Fed_ Up, the whole world is waking up to the truth except for some- born losers.


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Re: Hagos K'sha disappeared, with Bisha money?

Post by Temt » 05 Dec 2018, 20:45

Zmeselo wrote:
05 Dec 2018, 19:26
Brothers Temt & Fed_ Up, the whole world is waking up to the truth except for some- born losers.


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Explore Massawa, a city on Eritrea's Red Sea coast (Nick Redmayne)

ERITREA: A TOUR OF THE TINY AFRICAN NATION YOU NEVER THOUGHT YOU'D VISIT

Ahead of a new flight from London to Asmara, Nick Redmayne explores the African nation on the Red Sea

Nick Redmayne

https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/af ... l#comments

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The silent Grundig wireless sets, empty wine bottles and tired musical instruments made for diverting lunch decor in Ghibabo. Young men and women at a neighbouring table chat, taking in the eccentricity of this restaurant and pizzeria in Asmara, the capital of Eritrea.

“Ethiopian people,” says a nearby diner, pointing at a nearby group. “Tourists.”

After a protracted independence war and 20 years of unresolved border conflict, a peace agreement https://www.independent.co.uk/news/worl ... 32516.html between Eritrea and Ethiopia was signed in July. Ethiopian Amharic voices are still a novelty in Asmara.

Eritrea lies at the Horn of Africa, bordering Sudan and Djibouti. Its 1,000km Red Sea coast faces strife-ridden Yemen, and curtails port access for Ethiopia. Asmara recently acquired Unesco status for its legacy of Italian modernist architecture. Mussolini envisioned Asmara at the heart of Italy’s new African Empire; an aspiration never achieved.

With its broad, tree-lined Avenue Harnet, downtown Asmara is a city with lungs. Beyond the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, Rosina Caffé’s glass-panelled doors open onto busy marble-top tables. Cappuccino, macchiato and gelato are served by uniformed waitresses. Avocado juice is available – perhaps a nod to Asmara’s burgeoning hipster scene? But this is no overpriced expatriate bolthole. Customers are Eritreans, mostly older men, and save for the absence of wifi it could be southern Europe.


The Church of Our Lady of the Rosary in Asmara (Nick Redmayne)

Across the road it’s possible that Cinema Impero’s art deco façade makes more of a statement now than it did in 1937. Though the list of showings – mainly Korean martial arts movies – says something too. Reflecting on lengthy conflict, Asmarinos have had their fill of real fighting. Elsewhere, faded pastel streets reference Africa and Italy in unhurried homage to daily life. “Don’t worry, there are no thieves in Asmara,” remarks a café manager when I carelessly abandoned my shoulder bag.


The art deco Cinema Impero in Asmara (Nick Redmayne)

Eritrea’s second city, descending from Eritrea’s cool central plateau, is Keren. It’s 90km north west of Asmara, but seems further. I arrived in the warm evening air and a power cut had cast downtown into darkness. Generators clatter into life: business as usual.

Keren shares much with Sudan to the north, most obviously long white galabias and generous turbans. Tea is delicious, and the staple brown beans of a good ful medames a siren call to those who’ve spent time in the region. Europhile Asmarinos consider Keren another country. That said, citizens cherry-pick cultural influences, maintaining a fondness for beer – particularly cheaper brews now pouring in from Ethiopia.


Livestock market in Keren (Nick Redmayne)

Monday morning’s livestock market is why most tourists travel to Keren: a shadeless, sandy expanse of goats, sheep, donkeys, cattle and camels, overseen by young boys waving sticks and squinting old men, stretches up a hillside. A commotion erupts as horned bulls fight in earnest, until a yelling youth wearing a galabia launches himself fearlessly into the fray, striking each beast smartly with his stick.

Elsewhere, camels are aloof and disdainful, though one male bull camel held in check against a wall angrily blows out a pink, fleshy air sack, and undoubtedly has murder in mind. Budget camels start at 15,000 nakfa, or around USD$1,000. I choose a seat in the shade, buying a glass of aromatic tea and some roasted peanuts.


The crumbling former Governor's Palace in Massawa (Nick Redmayne)

The other city on the circuit is Massawa, Eritrea’s Red Sea port. Dropping from the 2,500m-high central plateau, initial rain showers bely the change in climate. More than 100km away, airy and cool, Asmara is soon a distant dream as Massawa’s humidity stupefies. A week earlier the city languished in 46-degree heat.

Despite being the country’s only port, Massawa is no hive of activity. The former Governor’s Palace, a one-time residence of Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, lies in ruin, a reminder of past conflict. Not far away, the carcass of a Soviet Antonov cargo aircraft serves a similar purpose.


A former Soviet Antonov plane in Massawa (Nick Redmayne)

Beach life is 10 minutes from town at Gurgusum, where clear water and long stretches of sand draw weekend crowds. Mid-week, the modest Gurgusum Beach Hotel is almost deserted.

In a newer part of town, the Northern Red Sea Museum catalogues the region’s flora and fauna in pickling jars and skeletons. Other exhibits record history, ethnography and bloody campaigns of the liberation war.


The beach at Gurgusum (Nick Redmayne)

Massawa’s old town remains beautiful. Along dusty streets, buildings constructed from coral stone reflect Ottoman, Egyptian and Italian occupations. However, many are empty and crumbling through war damage and neglect. The shattered shell of once opulent Banque d’Italia says it all. Here and there, cafes and bars trade discreetly, while industry appears limited to bicycle repair shops spilling into the streets.

Visiting Eritrea is a reflective experience, a country whose independence was paid for in blood, and whose development has been built on dreams and determination. Low crime, almost non-existent corruption and a powerful sense of nationhood are pitted against Byzantine bureaucracy, institutional paranoia and a hated system of indefinite National Service. However, peace has catalysed change. Whether this translates into political liberalisation is a question Eritreans now dare to ask.

Travel essentials

Getting there

Ethiopian Airlines http://ethiopianairlines.com/ flies to Asmara from Heathrow and Manchester from 11 December, via Addis Ababa, from £750pp.

Staying there

Undiscovered Destinations http://undiscovered-destinations.com/ offers a nine-day Eritrea Discovery small group tour from £2,745pp; excludes flights.

Tourists travelling on UK passports require a visa which costs £50 and must be applied for in person, and by appointment, at the Embassy of the State of Eritrea at 96 White Lion St, London N1 9PF.

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Re: Hagos K'sha disappeared, with Bisha money?

Post by Fiyameta » 06 Dec 2018, 04:28

I'm surprised the agame Awash hasn't responded to this thread using his new "EritreansFirst" or "Tigrai Star" usernames. The poison is probably beginning to take effect. :oops: :oops: :oops:

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Re: Hagos K'sha disappeared, with Bisha money?

Post by Fed_Up » 06 Dec 2018, 04:35

Fiyameta wrote:
06 Dec 2018, 04:28
I'm surprised the agame Awash hasn't responded to this thread using his new "EritreansFirst" or "Tigrai Star" usernames. The poison is probably beginning to take effect. :oops: :oops: :oops:
He is not paid yet. :P

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Re: Hagos K'sha disappeared, with Bisha money?

Post by Temt » 06 Dec 2018, 13:38



Is it my eyes or do I see one of Adwusha aka Awash's nightmares? Just saying! :lol: :lol:

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