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A Leased Ukrainian Airbus passenger aircraft arrives in Asmara

Radio Erena: 08 October, 2014

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A Ukrainian airbus family aircraft leased by the Eritrean Airlines has arrived at Asmara airport.

The A320-200 type passenger aircraft took off Kyiv’s International Airport of Zhuliany in September 30 and arrived in Asmara in October 2.

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Eritrea ranks 50th out of 52 African States in its government performance

Radio Erena: 08 October, 2014

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According to Ibrahim Index Of African Governance [IIAG] annual report by Mo Ibrahim Foundation, Eritrea, Somalia and the Republic of Central Africa hold the least record in their leadership and governance performance among the 52 African states in 2014, respectively.

Top on the list are Mauritius, Botswana, and Cape Verde and these three nations are reported to have been holding the record for the last five years.

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Amir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Altani of Qatar appoints a new ambassador to Eritrea

Radio Erena: 08 October, 2014

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Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Altani of Qatar has appointed his country’s ambassador to Eritrea – Mohammed Rashid Mohammed AlHumaidi replacing the former ambassador – Mohammed Esa Shahin AlManay.

Qatar is one of the top Gulf States which has large influence on Africa and has been playing major roles in resolving conflicts between Eritrea and Djibouti; and the Sudanese issues.

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Eritreans hold tribute in memory of the first anniversary of the Lampedusa Tragedy

Radio Erena: 03 October, 2014

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Eritreans in and outside of the country are holding a tribute in memory of the first anniversary of the Lampedusa tragedy which claimed 360 Eritreans, including young children and pregnant women.

Parents and relatives of the victims held prayer services in different parts of the country in memory of their children whose remains have not been received to bury to date.

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Pope Francis meets with Lampedusa survivors

Radio Erena: 02 October, 2014

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Pope Francis on Wednesday had a private and reportedly emotional audience in the Vatican with a group of migrants who survived a shipwreck near the southern Italian island of Lampedusa a year ago.

The pontiff called on European men and women to open their hearts to the migrants’ plight. “I want to say that I am close to you, I pray for you and I pray that all closed doors shall open” said the pontiff according to Vatican press officer, Father Federico Lombardi.

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