Eritrea

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, Afghanistan, Palestine, Algeria, Peru. The ICG gives advice to governments, and intergovernmental bodies like the United Nations, European Union and World Bank, on the prevention and resolution of deadly conflict. Its primary goals are a combination of field-based analysis, policy prescription, and aggressive advocacy, with key roles being played by a senior management team highly experienced in government and by a highly active Board of Trustees containing many senior diplomats. By its own accounts, the ICG plays a major role in six ways: * Ringing early warning alarm bells, in the monthly ''CrisisWatch'' bulletin, and in specific ‘crisis alerts’, e.g., in Ethiopia-Eritrea, Darfur, Somalia and Pakistan; * Contributing, on both process and substance, behind the scenes support and advice to critical peace negotiations, e.g., in Sudan, Burundi, Northern Uganda, Aceh, Nepal and Kenya; Countries and territories with ongoing Crisis Group activity * '''Africa:''' Angola, Burundi, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Uganda, Zimbabwe * '''Asia:''' Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China Taiwan Strait, India (Kashmir), Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar Burma, Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan There are experimental fields of Salicornia in Ras al-Zawr (Saudi Arabia), Eritrea (Northeast Africa) and Sonora (Northwest Mexico) Commons:Category:Eritrea WikiPedia:Eritrea Dmoz:Regional Africa Eritrea


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is gone, the meal is over. Distribution and habitat Its range covers Eritrea, Somalia and Ethiopia; its habitat includes mountains and high plateau between elevations of 1500 to 3400 metres. Distribution and habitat This species, Africa's most widespread member of the genus ''Corvus'', occurs from Sub-Saharan Africa, specifically Senegal, Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea down to the Cape of Good Hope and on the large island of Madagascar


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, particularly at the Battle of Kassala on July 17, 1894. thumb right A close view of Eastern Deset mountain range along the Safaga (File:Eastern-desert-mountain-range-Qena.jpg)- Qena Road. The '''Eastern Desert''' is the section of Sahara Desert east of the Nile River (Nile), between the river and the Red Sea. It extends from Egypt in the north to Eritrea in the south, and also comprises parts of Sudan and Ethiopia. The '''Danakil Desert''' lies


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of the genus ''Chlorocebus'' to be a single species, ''Cercopithecus aethiops''. As here defined, the grivet is restricted to Ethiopia, Sudan, Djibouti and Eritrea. In the southern part of its range it comes into contact with the closely related vervet monkey (''C. pygerythrus'') and Bale Mountains vervet (''C. djamdjamensis'').


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). ''This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.'' Barriers to education in Eritrea include traditional taboos, school fees (for registration and materials), and the opportunity costs of low-income households.


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7 June 1957. A childhood prisoner of war in the African country of Eritrea himself during World War II, Giorgini often imbued his works with anti-war themes, frequently combining these with critiques of the use of technology for mass destruction. A number of his works are in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institution and the Carnegie-Mellon Art Museum. Distribution Although it is a large diurnal (diurnality) snake, the distribution of the black mamba is the subject of much confusion in research literature, indicating the poor status of African herpetological (herpetology) zoogeography. Commons:Category:Eritrea WikiPedia:Eritrea Dmoz:Regional Africa Eritrea


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. Ochaonline.un.org. Retrieved on 20 November 2011. distributed across the world. Major OCHA country offices are located in Afghanistan,6481 language en-US Default.aspx OCHA – Afghanistan. Ochaonline.un.org. Retrieved on 20 November 2011. Burundi, OCHA-Brurundi. Ochaonline2.un.org. Retrieved on 20


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Opposition" (Dehai News) the EPPF had little popular support inside Ethiopia. Despite this, following the government repression over the 2005 Ethiopian elections (Ethiopian general elections, 2005) popular support for the EPPF has grown. Recently the EPPF has claimed to have defeated Ethiopian army units in Semien Gondar in battles during March and April 2006. Although the Walta Information Center, reported that the government was in clear control of communities


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at Asmara, Eritrea, called the Red Sea Flotilla. This was a threat to the British convoys heading up the Red Sea. It consisted of a few destroyers and submarines. However, the squadron was not used aggressively and mostly acted as a "fleet in being". As supplies of fuel decreased, its opportunities for action also decreased. The Italians made one major attempt to attack a convoy, and they were roundly defeated in doing so. Following that attack, most of the surface


active leadership

in Buenos Aires : Suicide (Suicide attack) car bomb attack kills 29 and injures 242. Brazil, Eritrea, India, and Vietnam, unlike many other developing nations, have successfully reduced the malaria burden. Common success factors have included conducive country conditions, a targeted technical approach using a package of effective tools, data-driven decision-making, active leadership at all levels of government, involvement of communities, decentralized implementation

Eritrea

'''Eritrea''' ( ), which was first adopted for Italian Eritrea in 1890.

Eritrea is a multi-ethnic country, with nine recognized ethnic groups. It has a population of around six million inhabitants. Most residents speak Afroasiatic languages, either of the Semitic (Semitic languages) or Cushitic (Cushitic languages) branches. Among these communities, the Tigrinya (Tigray-Tigrinya people) make up about 55% of the population, with the Tigre people constituting around 30% of inhabitants. In addition, there are a number of Nilo-Saharan (Nilo-Saharan languages)-speaking Nilotic ethnic minorities. Most people in the territory adhere to Christianity or Islam.

The Kingdom of Aksum, covering much of modern-day Eritrea and northern Ethiopia (Tigray Region), rose somewhere around the first or second centuries Munro-Hay, Stuart (1991) Aksum: An African Civilization of Late Antiquity. Edinburgh: University Press, p. 57 ISBN 0-7486-0106-6. Henze, Paul B. (2005) ''Layers of Time: A History of Ethiopia'', ISBN 1-85065-522-7. and adopted Christianity (Eritrean Orthodox Church) around the time Islam had spread through Egypt and the Levant. Aksumite Ethiopia. Workmall.com (24 March 2007). Retrieved on 3 March 2012. In medieval times much of Eritrea fell under the Medri Bahri Kingdom (Medri Bahri), with a smaller region being part of the Hamasien Republic (Hamasien). The creation of modern day Eritrea is a result of the incorporation of independent Kingdoms and various vassal states of the Ethiopian empire and the Ottoman Empire (Habesh), eventually resulting in the formation of Italian Eritrea. In 1947 Eritrea became part of a federation with Ethiopia, the Federation of Ethiopia and Eritrea. Subsequent annexation into Ethiopia led to the Eritrean War of Independence, ending with Eritrean independence following a referendum (Eritrean independence referendum, 1993) in April 1993. Hostilities between Eritrea and Ethiopia persisted, leading to the Eritrean–Ethiopian War of 1998–2000 and further skirmishes with both Djibouti (Djiboutian–Eritrean border conflict) and Ethiopia (2010 Eritrean–Ethiopian border skirmish).

Eritrea is a member of the African Union, the United Nations and IGAD, and is an observer in the Arab League.

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