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- Eritrea is a one-party state that became independent in 1993 when citizens voted overwhelmingly for independence from Ethiopia.
- Eritrea, a state since 1993, previously a province of the upper North of Ethiopia and Italian colony between 1896 and 1941.
- Eritrea (Ge'ez: ኤርትራ ʾĒrtrā) is a country situated in northern East Africa.
- Eritrea is a former Italian colony, and has known the pain of war.
- Eritrea was an Italian colony until the end of World War II. In 1947, Italy signed the Treaty of Paris, renouncing all its colonial claims.
- The Sabean area in Eritrea is mainly to be found in the Kebessa highlands surrounding the capital Asmara and extending southwards.
- One of the highland Semitic peoples of Eritrea and Tigray Province in Ethiopia are the Tigrinya.
- Only the left bank of the upper course of the river is in Ethiopian territory, the Mareb here forming the boundary between Eritrea and Ethiopia.
- The Gash or Mareb, which forms part of the border with Eritrea, is the most northerly of the highland rivers which flow toward the Nile valley.
- After 1974, insurgencies appeared in various parts of the country, the most important of which were centered in Eritrea and Tigray.
- He was born Muktar Said Ibrahim in Asmara in what is now Eritrea in January 1978.
- The Eritrean Liberation Front was the main secessionist movement in Eritrea which sought Eritrea's independence from Ethiopia during the 1960s and 1970s.
- Oshima said he had received assurances that Ethiopia would not be 'the first to fire' in the event of a border conflict with Eritrea.
- The Dahlak Archipelago and several of the Hanish Islands are part of Eritrea.
- The Afar Triangle, which cuts across Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti, is the largest construction site on the planet.
- It is most closely related to Saho (Ethiopia and Eritrea), and more distantly related to the Somali and Oromo groups of languages.
- Eritrea Eritrea is a poor but developing East African country.
- The undemarcated border with Ethiopia is the primary external issue facing Eritrea.
- The Italian colony of Eritrea was placed under British military administration for the remainder of World War II. In 1950, Eritrea was made part of Ethiopia.
- The Axumite empire's heartland was the highlands of northern Ethiopia and southern Eritrea.
- The momentum for long-distance running in Eritrea can be seen in the successes of Zersenay Tadese.
- As a matter of fact, the unrepresentative bogus-Ethiopian parliament ratified a declaration of war of Somalia and Eritrea on November 30.
- The committee meets according to necessity and more often when numbers of arrivals from Eritrea are high and transit camps in Mille and Logiya full.
- Out of necessity, but nevertheless with good grace it granted independence to its former northern province of Eritrea.
- China, Cuba, Eritrea, and Ethiopia were the top four jailers among the 24 nations who imprisoned journalists.
- The Kunama are one of the earliest settled peoples in Eritrea.
- Most troubling in this regard is te use of the name Tigre for a different speech form and group of peoples in Eritrea.
- Adigrat was captured by rebels in the Woyane rebellion 25 September 1943, who forced the Ethiopian administrators to flee to neighboring Eritrea.
- Historically, the province of Tigray and central Eritrea was where Ethiopian and Eritrean Habesha civilization had its origins.
- The province of Eritrea became an independent republic in 1993.
- In December 1970 the government declared a state of siege in parts of Eritrea.
- The troops from Egypt are the first and occupy Massaua with English support, also Keren and parts from central Eritrea (SUKE, p.25).
- The Walashma dynasty was a Muslim noble family who ruled parts of what is now eastern Ethiopia, Djibouti, southern Eritrea and western Somalia.
- The lands bordering the Yirga Triangle, areas, including Badme in the Central zone and Eastern Sector and border town Tserona have been awarded to Eritrea.
- The war with Eritrea in 1998-2000 and recurrent drought have buffeted the economy, in particular coffee production.
- The insurgencies in Eritrea, Tigray, and other regions intensified until by the late 1980s they threatened the stability of the regime.
- Besides occupying the coast of Eritrea and the Red Sea islands of Ethiopia such as Harkiko, they even came as far as Tigray to wage war against Ethiopia.
- Tensions with Eritrea escalated in 2005 as both nations bolstered their forces along the disputed border.
- The United States has provided substantial assistance to Eritrea, including food aid, development assistance, and election assistance.
- The Arbitration Commission awarded Badme, the flash point of the conflict, and other chunks of Ethiopian territory to Eritrea.
- The conflict can be traced to Emperor Menelik, who sold Eritrea to the Italians in the late nineteenth century.
- Eritrea broke diplomatic relations with the Sudan in December 1994.
- The opposition can also be inflammatory over relations with Eritrea, which won independence from Ethiopia in 1993.
- Though Djibouti is nominally neutral, it broke off relations with Eritrea in November 1998, renewing relations in 2000.
- Negotiations failed, so Menelek renounced the treaty, leading Italy to declare war and invade from Eritrea.
- Sudan was the only nation through which food shipments could come to Tigray and Eritrea.
- But the nation is better known for its periodic droughts and famines, its long civil conflict and a border war with Eritrea.
- Eritrea at the southern end of the Red Sea is the home of the fork in the rift.
- The Agaw (Ge'ez አገው Agaw, modern Agew) are an ethnic group in Ethiopia and neighboring Eritrea.
- However, present-day Eritrea was largely impacted by the Italian invaders in the 19th century.
- Scouting in Eritrea has become active again after many years of government banning, and is in its infancy.
- Meanwhile, Eritrea has been recognized as a broker for peace between the separate factions of the Sudanese civil war.
- However, as of mid-1993, Eritrea remained at peace, and the government enjoyed considerable support.
- In 1950 the United Nations decided that Eritrea was to be made independent as a federated part of Ethiopia, and in late 1952 this decision became effective.
- Eritrea). If independence is achieved under such an agreement, rapid admission to the United Nations will follow.
- Ethiopia's relations with Eritrea have remained tense and unresolved following the brutal 1998-2000 border war in which an estimated 70,000 died.
- Yemen settled its dispute with Eritrea over the Hanish Islands in 1998.
- A dispute over the border with neighboring Eritrea resulted in open warfare from 1998 until 2000.
- A border war with Eritrea late in the 1990's ended with a peace treaty in December 2000.
- In the Peace Treaty of February 1947, Italy surrendered all her colonies, including Eritrea.
- A two and a half year border war with Eritrea ended with a peace treaty on 12 December 2000.
- In 2006, Eritrea announced it would become the first country in the world to turn its entire coast into an environmentally protected zone.
- Eritrea was awarded to Ethiopia in 1952 as part of a federation.
- However, Haile Selassie abrogated the federation and attempted to unify Ethiopia and Eritrea under his control within the next ten years.
- Eritrea Eritrea was awarded to Ethiopia in 1952 as part of a federation.
- The border between Ethiopia and Eritrea remains closed and thousands of people live in refugee camps while perhaps a million people remain displaced.
- In 1987 another drought threatened 5 million people in Eritrea and Tigray.
- It is spoken by approximately one million people in Eritrea, with a few speakers in Sudan.
- Tigrinya should not be confused with the related Tigre language, which is spoken in a region in Eritrea to the west of the region where Tigrinya is spoken.
- Kunama and Nara are also spoken in Eritrea and belong to the Nilo-Saharan language family.
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