On the 1st day of September 1961, Hamid Idris Awate, the founder of the Eritrean army, officially began the armed struggle for the independence of Eritrea, on the mountain of Adal in south western Eritrea. The conflict was between the Ethiopian government and the Eritrea independence fighters.
Here are some countries you are glad you don't live in because of the tough rules they have. 1. Iran The country is strict with certain laws. Sadly, most of them are for women. There are a lot of things that women are not allowed to do in Iran.
Not everybody knows that Eritea, an Eastern African country with it's capital at Asmara, is the only self sufficient country in the world, that has no ATM, No private radio station nor TV station and has never borrowed or received any foreign aid in their history.
Countries that are led by Kings and queens are not put into consideration in this article.After going through this post, you would discover that our president is not that old when compared to some other countries of the world.
Cornrows are dated back into African history ,these braids actually originated in Africa in 3000 B.C. Cornrows are still worn today in West Africa, South Africa Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Sudan where the style differs between areas and tells a unique story. Braids were invented to protect and regrow the female hair ,it also require a unique ability to braid hair close to the scalp to create cool designs and beautiful styles.
1. The Aksumite Empire The Aksumite Empire, also known as the kingdom of Aksum, is a kingdom which spread across Ethiopia and Eritrea. This ancient society is the oldest of the African kingdoms. The Aksumites were key players in the commercial trading routes which existed between the Romans and Ancient India, and they were considered one of the four great powers of their time alongside China, Rome, and Persia.
In the time past, female soldiers in the military were restricted in participating in some kind of activities due to their strength, vigor and configuration as ladies.As most of the combat tasks and operations were strictly for male.
It has never happened in the history of the world for people who do not tolerate one another to co-exist without conflicts.Most of the people or nations with either ethno-religious crisis or inter-ethnic disagreement, like Yugoslavia, Eritrea or Sudan were in armed conflicts before disintegrated.
A person may be slim due to genetics, improper metabolism of nutrients, lack of food, drugs that affect appetite, illness, or the eating disorder anorexia nervosa.
Before colonialism, there were kingdoms that existed in Africa.Some of them include ancient benin kingdom, ancient biafra kingdom, ancient Ethiopia and Egypt, etc.
Below are countries that were divided in recent years. Eritrea seperated from Ethiopia (1993) In 1961, Eritrea sparked a bloody war which lasted until 1991, when the Eritrean rebels finally claimed victory. Montenegro, Bosina and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Slovenia, Kosovo and Serbia seperated from Yugoslavia
Among the over fifty countries in Africa, most of them are considered as the world’s poorest. Decades of bad leadership, political instability and low rate of economic growth have worsened the poverty levels in the continent. Despite the continent being potentially endowed with natural resources, many people continue to live in absolute poverty.
Easter celebration is one of the popular Christian festivals after Christmas.Easter is about the celebration of the miraclous death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.Since the medieval times, Easter celebration has been marked by many Christians as the most important of the salvation of mankind through Jesus Christ.
Water is a colorless and odourless liquid substance which is used for domestic and industrial purpose. It can be use for drinking, cooking, washing and other purposes etc. Due to the importance of water in human being, it contains about 75 percent component that builds up the body.
The Fulani, Fulɓe or Fula tribe are among the biggest ethnic groups in the West Africa and sahel. They are broadly spread across the area. Inhabiting numerous African and non-African nations, a larger part of them live in the northern parts of Central Africa and West Africa, yet they likewise live in Darfur, Eritrea, South Sudan and locales close to the Red Sea coast.
Nnamdi Okwu Kanu is a British Nigerian Biafra political activist.He is the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra.The Fulani or Fulɓe people are one of the largest ethnic groups in the Sahel and West Africa, widely dispersed across the region.Inhabiting many countries, they live mainly in West Africa and northern parts of Central Africa but also in South Sudan, Darfur, Eritrea, and regions near the Red Sea coast.
The Eritrean Journey To Independence From Ethopia Took 100 Years and Here Is What They are Up To Now
It started in 1890 when Italy invaded and colonized Eritrea, using the barrel of the gun, they declared it an Italian colony. Then began an arduous and bloody long journey of Eritreans to independence. The Italians ruled them until 1936 when Italy invaded neighboring Ethiopia, conquered it, and merged it with Eritrea.
Following the fact that the month of Ramadan is forthcoming whereby the Muslims engage themselves in abstaining from eating, drinking and other enjoyment activities.Many are very much preparing for the month's activities.
Ethiopia is an African country located in the eastern part of Africa.It shares border with Somalia to the east, South Sudan to the west, Eritrea to the north and Kenya to the south.Ethiopia is a Christian dominated country with about 62.8% Christians and 33% population of Muslims.
Ras Tafari was crowned Emperor on November 2 1930, with the name Haile Selassie I.