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ISSUE 52 January 18, 2003

Eritrea Joins Arab League As Observer


Over 100 People Feared Dead After Boat Capsizes

Opening Of Sheikh Secondary School Delayed

Review 2002: Somaliland Confounded All The Skeptics

One Woman's Fight to Rescue the Environment

Relief Organizations Assists 1 Million In Somali Zone 5

UNDP Helps Keep Remittance Lifeline To Open

Somali Children Smuggled To U.S.

Now Somali Delegates Face Eviction

Ethnic Clashes In Ethiopia Somali Zone 5

Hotel services to Somali peace delegates halted

"Peace In Somalia Will Take Years" - Mediator


Rayale Describes his West African Tour as Successful

Somali Boy Passes Away

Nine Bus Passengers Killed By Gunmen In Somalia


Globalization & Self-Determination Movements: International Conference to Be Held at Pomona College in January

Joint Communiqué of the 2nd Tripartite Meeting of Foreign Ministers Ethiopia, Sudan and Yemen

The UN condemns killings of children in Somalia

Eritrea Joins Arab League As Observer


Exclusive Interview with International Actor/Comedian Billy Connolly


"I am Swinging This Flower To You" III


Another Human Tragedy at Sea

Kulmiye Party’s irresponsible Policy

Praying For A Miracle

Justice For the Atrocities of the 1980s: The Responsibility of Politicians and Political Parties


Addis Ababa, January 17, 2003 (Addis Tribune): Eritrea has joined the Arab League as an observer and is to send an ambassador to the pan-Arab body later this month, the Cairo-based organisation said Friday.

The Arab League welcomed Eritrea's decision as "a positive sign of the deepening relations between Eritrea and the Arab states". Hassan Kordi was named as as Asmara's representative, who is expected at the League's headquarters in late January, according to a report filed by Syria Times.

This will be the first time that Eritrea, whose second official language is Arabic, to take part in the 22-member body since winning independence from Ethiopia in 1993.

In the Horn of Africa, Somalia and Djibouti are both full-fledged members of the League.

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