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In memory of Tsegereda Woldeghiorghis

In memory of Tsegereda Woldeghiorghis

Uncategorized August 25, 2017 at 11:40 am 999 0 comments

In memory of Tsegereda Woldeghiorghis. CeRDO director of the archeological excavation site of Adulis, Mr. Angelo Castiglioni and archeologist Serena Massa tell us about her. Last Monday, on the eve of the Assumption holiday, the Governor of the Northern Red Sea Zone, Mrs. Tsegereda Woldeghiorghis passed away in Eritrea. She […]

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YORDANOS MEHARI, one year in Asmara – Part one

YORDANOS MEHARI, one year in Asmara – Part one

Uncategorized March 1, 2017 at 3:43 pm 999 0 comments

Yordanos Mehari, one year in Asmara. From Italy to Eritrea, on business. Yorda is a young Eritrean woman, born and grown in Milan. An inverse route, from Italy to Eritrea, Asmara, to live and work there, how come? As many other Eritreans, I was also born in the diaspora. With […]

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Giovanni Mazzola, elegant man, between Eritrea and Italy

Giovanni Mazzola, elegant man, between Eritrea and Italy

Uncategorized October 18, 2016 at 2:21 pm 999 2 comments

Giovanni Mazzola, elegant man, between Eritrea and Italy Last night the heart of Giovanni Mazzola stopped beating. A strong heart, which made him live a good life, until the very end. Born in 1940 in Asmara from an Italian father and an Eritrean mother, Giovanni thoroughly loved both countries.  He […]

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Eritrea, Why do sanctions remain?

Eritrea, Why do sanctions remain?

Uncategorized September 21, 2016 at 2:59 pm 999 0 comments

Aid to Somali fundamentalism, dispute with Djibouti, violation of embargo, hidden mining revenue, is this why sanctions remain? The Eritrean response to the United Nations Security Council. In 2009 the United Nations Security Council sanctioned Eritrea with accusations of supporting the Somali fundamentalist armed groups of Al-Shabab and of failing […]

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Surprising Asmara

Surprising Asmara

Uncategorized September 9, 2016 at 12:13 pm 999 0 comments

Surprising Asmara 75 years after the end of Italian colonization, and 20 years from independence from Ethiopia, the Eritrean capital still has the places and atmospheres of a“little Rome”. In a Country still full of contradictions. By Sandro Orlando Photos by Clara Vannucci (D La Repubblica) On Sunday morning the […]

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Eritrea, tempo presente, c’è sicurezza nel paese? video reportage

Eritrea, tempo presente, video reportage per capire il paese visitato, con interviste a politici e ministri.

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PresaDiretta: speciale Libia, la parola ad Antongiulio Lana

Antongiulio Lana, avvocato dell’Unione Forense per la Tutela dei Diritti Umani, parla del ricorso presentato a Strasburgo contro i respingimenti, raccontati dal film “Mare Chiuso“.

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PresaDiretta: Speciale Libia, i respingimenti e Mare Chiuso

PresaDiretta mostra uno spezzone tratto dal documentario “Mare Chiuso”, di Stefano Liberti e Andrea Segre, nello “Speciale Libia”.

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Agguato in Etiopia: turisti rapiti ed uccisi

Il gruppo indipendentista Arduf (Fronte Unito Democratico Afar) ha rapito un gruppo di turisti europei , uccidendone alcuni, il 18 gennaio 2012 nella zona limitrofa al vulcano Erta Ale, in Dancalia.

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La stagione delle piogge in Eritrea

Si ritiene che l’Eritrea sia affetta da siccità e molti organi di stampa insistono sul rischio carestia, ma la stagione umida (ክራማት) del 2011 in Eritrea ha visto, come lo scorso anno, una equa e soddisfacente distribuzione delle precipitazioni. Le coltivazioni, nella maggior parte del paese, sono in buone condizioni […]

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