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Eritrea: Announcement From the Ministry of Health

Twenty-two patients have been diagnosed positive for COVID-19 in tests carried out today at Quarantine Centers in the Central, Anseba, Northern Red Sea, Gash Barka, and Southern Regions.
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In breakthrough, Tanzania kicks off COVID-19 vaccinations

Tanzania’s president has kicked off her nation’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign by publicly receiving a dose and urging others to do the same
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Ethiopia: UN Says Armed Groups Threaten Thousands of Eritrean Refugees in Tigray

The UN refugee agency warns about 24,000 Eritrean refugees trapped in two camps in northern Ethiopia's Tigray province are in great danger as fighting among armed groups escalates.
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Coronavirus - Eritrea: Announcement from the Ministry of Health (28 July 2021)

Twenty-two patients have been diagnosed positive for COVID-19 in tests carried out today at Quarantine Centers in the Central, Anseba, Northern ...
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U.S. Calls for Halt to Violence Against Eritreans in Tigray | World News

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U.S. calls for halt to violence against Eritreans in Tigray

The United States is deeply concerned about reported attacks against Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia's Tigray region, a U.S. State Department spokeswoman said on Tuesday, calling for the intimidation and attacks to stop.
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UNHCR Concerned 24,000 Eritrean Refugees In Tigray Deprived Of Aid - Spokesman

The United Nations expressed its concern about the fate of some 24,000 Eritrean refugees trapped in camps in the Tigray region and cut off from essential humanitarian assistance, UN Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesperson Babar Baloch said on Tuesday
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Eritrean refugees flee Tigray as food, water running out in camps

Food and water are running out in two camps in Ethiopia's conflict-torn Tigray region that house some 24,000 Eritrean refugees, the United Nations...
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Eritrean refugees in Tigray caught up in conflict

English News and Press Release on Ethiopia about Protection and Human Rights; published on 27 Jul 2021 by UNHCR
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Desperate and fearful, Eritrean refugees flee war-hit Tigray

Desperate and fearful, Eritrean refugees flee war-hit Tigray
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How Eritrea Won Ethiopia’s War Against Tigray

It would do the international community well to curtail Isaias Afewerki’s malign influence before he brings additional chaos to the Horn of Africa, much as he did in his own country.
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‘The whole world has left us’: Eritrean refugees caught in Tigray crossfire

Thousands of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia have endured mass rights violations amidst the Tigray war and an information blackout. Here is my humble attempt to shed light on what happened during a terrifying three months of abuse.
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Eritrea: Greening Campaign - Contributing in Wildlife Development

Asmara, 22 July 2021- The Forestry and Wildlife Authority reported that the Greening Campaign coupled with the strong awareness-raising activities is significantly contributing to wildlife development.
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Eritrea Towards Control and Eradication of Ppr

The Government of Eritrea has been engaged in various programs of controlling and eradicating animal diseases. The ultimate goal of these programs is to enhance the production of healthy animals and their products for domestic market as well as to penetrate in to the lucrative regional and international livestock markets. Vaccinations, quarantine and treatment of animals are the common methods used to circumvent livestock disease outbreaks.
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Eritrea: Nari - Promoting Production of Spices

Spices and condiments in the form of dried seed, fruit, root, bark or vegetable make up an important part in horticulture. They have been used for a variety of purposes such as to enhance food and beverages by improving flavor, aroma and color; to make medicine and perfumes; as preservatives by preventing the growth of harmful bacteria; and in religious rituals.
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