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Synonyms for Eritrea

an African country to the north of Ethiopia on the Red Sea

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N reports, Eritrea has already leased its port town of Assab to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to establish military bases to ease their coalition battle against Houthi rebels in Yemen.
The appearance of Piccola Roma in an improbable part of Africa continued to surprise the British, who took trusteeship of Eritrea following the defeat of Italy in 1941, wondering "how this European city of broad boulevards, super-cinemas, super-fascist buildings, cafes, shops, two-way streets, and a first class hotel ever came to get there.
When the Verdict was announced on 13 April 2002 Ethiopia rejected it reversing its commitments because it awarded the flashpoint village of Badme to Eritrea (Muller 2012: 458, ICG 2010, Healy and Plaut 2007, Abbink 2003: 408).
Council members who regret the lack of movement on this sanctions regime should look to only one place; to Eritrea.
DW: Eritrea and Ethiopia have accused each other of starting clashes on Sunday between their soldiers on the border region.
At the Eritrean Government's request, the United States no longer provides bilateral assistance to Eritrea.
Mike Smith, Chairperson, Commission of Inquiry on the situation of human rights in Eritrea, said, "More than two decades have passed since Eritrea emerged as a newly independent nation, full of hope for a free and prosperous future for all its citizens.
The economy of Eritrea is dominated by subsistence agriculture, which employs around 80% of the population.
We strongly advise you not to travel to all border regions due to ongoing conflict and instability between Eritrea and the neighbouring countries of Sudan, Ethiopia and Djibouti," the government warns.
Make strategic business decisions using in depth historic and forecast market data related to the Eritrea insurance industry
Local rebels have claimed kidnappings in the past, but the attack before dawn Tuesday near the tense border with Eritrea was the region s worst incident involving tourists in years.
On the contrary, another opportunity for Eritrea to play a more responsible and constructive role in the region," she said.
The UN Security Council has slapped an arms embargo on Eritrea and targeted sanctions on its leaders for aiding Somali rebels and refusing to withdraw troops from its disputed border with Djibouti.
Summary: The United Nations Security Council slapped Wednesday an arms embargo on Eritrea and imposed targeted sanctions on its leaders for allegedly aiding Somali rebels and threatening neighboring
Summary: <p>As it boosts aid to Somalia's weak interim government to fight an Al-Qaeda-linked Islamist militia, the Obama administration is grasping for ways to cut off what it says is one of the militant group's main supply lines: the tiny Red Sea state of Eritrea.