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Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 05:08

(Embassy Media): The Embassy of Eritrea in Washington, DC hosted a dinner reception for GMU faculty, staff and students of Eyewitness Eritrea at the newly inaugurated Eritrean Cultural and Civic Center.

Eyewitness Eritrea, is a project under the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) and Center for the Study of Narrative and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University. Participants of the program, shared testimonies from their trip to Eritrea.



They stressed Eritrea’s values and experiences, can serve as an example to Africa and the world. They promised to work in partnership, to explore Eritrea’s story and sharing it with the world. Speaking at the event Mr. Berhane G Solomon, Chargé d'affaires reaffirmed the Embassy of Eritrea’s commitment to the success of the program.

You can learn more about Eyewitness Eritrea:



.......http://eyewitnesseritrea.gmu.edu

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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 05:17

YPFDJ JEDDAH (@YpfdjJ) Tweeted:

As They Promise To Win & become Z champions, So they Did... We R Z Champions 🇪🇷🇪🇷🇪🇷💪🇪🇷🇪🇷 Yes Deqi Eri We Did It. Eritrean Means To Be Z Number One ☝️ ⚽️❤️⚽️💪Viva Deqi Eri 🇪🇷🇪🇷

#EritreanComFootballTeamJeddah








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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 05:23

Team Dimension Data (@TeamDiData) Tweeted:

If there was a world champion award for fans... It would go to Eritrea for sure. 😉
















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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Deqi-Arawit » 10 Sep 2019, 07:48

Zmeselo wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 05:08
(Embassy Media): The Embassy of Eritrea in Washington, DC hosted a dinner reception for GMU faculty, staff and students of Eyewitness Eritrea at the newly inaugurated Eritrean Cultural and Civic Center.

Eyewitness Eritrea, is a project under the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) and Center for the Study of Narrative and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University. Participants of the program, shared testimonies from their trip to Eritrea.



They stressed Eritrea’s values and experiences, can serve as an example to Africa and the world. They promised to work in partnership, to explore Eritrea’s story and sharing it with the world. Speaking at the event Mr. Berhane G Solomon, Chargé d'affaires reaffirmed the Embassy of Eritrea’s commitment to the success of the program.

You can learn more about Eyewitness Eritrea:



.......http://eyewitnesseritrea.gmu.edu
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

ዝብኢ ኣብዘይፈልጥዎ ዓዲ ከይዱ ማእሲ ኣንጽፉለይ በለ ድዩ ዝብሃል. ዘገርም እዩ.

It seems wedi medhin berad regime is fellowing the footsteps of the woyane; hiring mercenary Western journalists and scholars to polish the ugly and damaged image of the regime....

Carol Pineau, member of the group who claimed she has first hand experience in Eritrea. She tried to convince us that There is no difference in the life conditions of an average eritrean and wedi medhin berad lackeys. In her own words. She said, i went to meet yemane monkey to conduct an interview and in the middle of the interview, the electricity was gone and it was totalblack out.... She claimed, this indicates only that There is social justice in Eritrea because the rulers and the masses are suffering equally. እዚ እዩ ስነሞጎት ትፎዞታት ወዲ መድሕን በራድ.


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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by አርትራ-ዓዲ-ጀጋኑ » 10 Sep 2019, 08:08

Zmeselo wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 05:08
(Embassy Media): The Embassy of Eritrea in Washington, DC hosted a dinner reception for GMU faculty, staff and students of Eyewitness Eritrea at the newly inaugurated Eritrean Cultural and Civic Center.

Eyewitness Eritrea, is a project under the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) and Center for the Study of Narrative and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University. Participants of the program, shared testimonies from their trip to Eritrea.



They stressed Eritrea’s values and experiences, can serve as an example to Africa and the world. They promised to work in partnership, to explore Eritrea’s story and sharing it with the world. Speaking at the event Mr. Berhane G Solomon, Chargé d'affaires reaffirmed the Embassy of Eritrea’s commitment to the success of the program.

You can learn more about Eyewitness Eritrea:



.......http://eyewitnesseritrea.gmu.edu
Zmeselo thanks for the all the awesome information about Eritrea and we appreciate your hard work brother. May God bless Eritrea always. Amen

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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 08:19

As usual, you've no clue of what you're talking about; except to show your black-belt in insulting people:


Deqi-Arawit wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 07:48
Zmeselo wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 05:08
(Embassy Media): The Embassy of Eritrea in Washington, DC hosted a dinner reception for GMU faculty, staff and students of Eyewitness Eritrea at the newly inaugurated Eritrean Cultural and Civic Center.

Eyewitness Eritrea, is a project under the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) and Center for the Study of Narrative and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University. Participants of the program, shared testimonies from their trip to Eritrea.



They stressed Eritrea’s values and experiences, can serve as an example to Africa and the world. They promised to work in partnership, to explore Eritrea’s story and sharing it with the world. Speaking at the event Mr. Berhane G Solomon, Chargé d'affaires reaffirmed the Embassy of Eritrea’s commitment to the success of the program.

You can learn more about Eyewitness Eritrea:



.......http://eyewitnesseritrea.gmu.edu
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

ዝብኢ ኣብዘይፈልጥዎ ዓዲ ከይዱ ማእሲ ኣንጽፉለይ በለ ድዩ ዝብሃል. ዘገርም እዩ.

It seems wedi medhin berad regime is fellowing the footsteps of the woyane; hiring mercenary Western journalists and scholars to polish the ugly and damaged image of the regime....

Carol Pineau, member of the group who claimed she has first hand experience in Eritrea. She tried to convince us that There is no difference in the life conditions of an average eritrean and wedi medhin berad lackeys. In her own words. She said, i went to meet yemane monkey to conduct an interview and in the middle of the interview, the electricity was gone and it was totalblack out.... She claimed, this indicates only that There is social justice in Eritrea because the rulers and the masses are suffering equally. እዚ እዩ ስነሞጎት ትፎዞታት ወዲ መድሕን በራድ.


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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 09:03

አርትራ-ዓዲ-ጀጋኑ wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 08:08
Zmeselo wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 05:08
(Embassy Media): The Embassy of Eritrea in Washington, DC hosted a dinner reception for GMU faculty, staff and students of Eyewitness Eritrea at the newly inaugurated Eritrean Cultural and Civic Center.

Eyewitness Eritrea, is a project under the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) and Center for the Study of Narrative and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University. Participants of the program, shared testimonies from their trip to Eritrea.



They stressed Eritrea’s values and experiences, can serve as an example to Africa and the world. They promised to work in partnership, to explore Eritrea’s story and sharing it with the world. Speaking at the event Mr. Berhane G Solomon, Chargé d'affaires reaffirmed the Embassy of Eritrea’s commitment to the success of the program.

You can learn more about Eyewitness Eritrea:



.......http://eyewitnesseritrea.gmu.edu
Zmeselo thanks for the all the awesome information about Eritrea and we appreciate your hard work brother. May God bless Eritrea always. Amen
Always my pleasure, brother አርትራ-ዓዲ-ጀጋኑ!

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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 09:16

Eritrea at the UN (@Eritrea_UN) Tweeted:

Mr. Amanuel Giorgio met with UN Deputy Secretary-General, Amina J Mohammed. They discussed about the positive momentum in the Horn of Africa, Eritrea’s efforts to achieve sustainable development goals and ways to scale up and expand Eritrea-UN Strategic partnership.




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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 09:26

Yemane G. Meskel (@hawelti) Tweeted:

91% of households in Eritrea's cities & towns possess satellite dishes & receive more than 650 international TV channels, in a highly deregulated sector (2017 Survey). Yet Al-Jezeera/CPJ falsely allege the country is "closed", without access to "alternative sources of information".






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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 09:31

Ghideon Musa (@GhideonMusa) Tweeted:

Match-Day!

Good luck Red Sea Camels


Second-leg, Namibia vs. Eritrea
🏆2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier
Windhoek, Namibia
Tuesday | September 10, 2019
20:00 pm EAT




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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 09:42

Milena Bereket (@tekerebanelim) Tweeted:

...as the gullible ones (unknowingly) fatten themselves up for ቁዱስ ዮሃንስ፡ the ጨለ one chooses ጾም from the back row. I vote black ✊🏿


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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 11:37



Hamdok: Affirms Keenness for Strengthening Relations with Eritrea



http://suna-sd.net/en/single?id=360526

10-9-2019

Khartoum, Sep 10 (SUNA) – The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdallah Hamdok, has affirmed keenness of the government of Sudan to enhancing its relations and cooperation with Eritrea, pointing to the distinguisedh relations between peoples of two countries.

This came when he he received Monday at his office the visiting Advisor of the Eritrean President, Yemane Gebreab, who conveyed to Dr. Hamdok the congratulations of the Eritrean leadership on formation of the transitional government.

The meeting discussed the future of cooperation between two countries in different fields.

Gebreab has revealed preparation for a visit of the Eritrean President, Isaias Afwerki to Sudan shortly.

MH/MO

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Re: Eyewitness Eritrea.

Post by Zmeselo » 10 Sep 2019, 11:40

Eritrea at the UN (@Eritrea_UN) Tweeted:

Eritrea, Ethiopia & the UNODC organized side-event on the Security-Development Nexus during #TICAD7. Deploying modern technologies & strengthening human capacity in border management is critical, to combat transnational organized crimes & facilitates regional cooperation. @nebilsaid


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