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Above image: Independent Eritrea - Eritrean soldiers march during the country’s Independence Day in Asmara. May 24, 2007.
Photo: Saba (Saba shoe factory), Independence Day carnival, BDHO Avenue Asmara Eritrea.
by Simon Tesfamariam | Red Sea Fisher
March 16, 2013
“Africom has some sort of military “partnership”–bilateral agreements–with most of Africa’s 53 countries” but “the exceptions: Ivory Coast, Sudan, Eritrea and Libya. Ivory Coast is now in the bag. So is South Sudan. Libya may be next. The only ones left to be incorporated to Africom will be Eritrea and Zimbabwe.” Thus, Eritreans must be ready for any eventuality as the external forces that seek regime change in Eritrea–for simply not following their rules or refusing to kneel down–are left with no choice but to pull the human rights card. →