Eritrea Military Equipment

  • Castro Seen Undecided On Cuban Role in Eritrea - The ...

    As far as is known, Cuba until now has permitted only some military advisers, and reportedly a few of its pilots, to join in the gangled Eritrean …

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  • Ethiopia: Eritrean Refugees Targeted in Tigray | Human ...

    Eritrean Military’s Killings, Looting in Hitsats Town (November 19 to 23) On November 19, Eritrean forces arrived in Hitsats, clashed with local Tigrayan forces, and …

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  • Asmara Eritrea - Asmarinos

    Graveyard of destroyed military equipment in Asmara. (Heritage of the 1961-1991 liberation struggle) where you can mourn the passing of hundreds of dumped tanks, armored cars and other scrap military metal. NOTE: The site is guarded, It is not allowed to make pictures. A tree for …

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  • Eritrea Slams U.S. for 'Inexplicable' Sanctions Following ...

    The U.S. State Department recently announced it had proscribed dealings with the Eritrean navy under a law prohibiting trading in certain types of military equipment with North Korea, Syria and ...

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  • UAE dismantles Eritrea base as it pulls back after Yemen war

    A Feb. 5, 2021, satellite photo from Planet Labs Inc. shows an Emirati military base in Assab, Eritrea. The United Arab Emirates is dismantling parts of a military base it runs in the East African nation of Eritrea after it pulled back from the grinding war in nearby Yemen, satellite photos analyzed by The Associated Press show.

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  • Eritrea Interested Buying Weapons from Russia

    Eritrea Interested Buying Weapons from Russia. Eritrea is expressing its interest in resuming full-fledged defense cooperation with Russia, starting with the purchase of military equipment such as missile boats, helicopters and small arms. E ritrea is showing …

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  • Ethiopia - Government Defeats in Eritrea and Tigray

    A government attack against central Tigray failed disastrously, with four Ethiopian army divisions reportedly destroyed and most of their equipment captured. In early April, the TPLF took the town of Adigrat in northern Tigray, cutting the main road link between Addis Ababa and Eritrea.

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  • Summary of OFAC Sanctions Details | Visual OFAC

    Eritrea [denial policy, with certain exceptions] Haiti; Iran; Iraq [denial policy except for non-lethal military equipment, and lethal military equipment for the Government of Iraq and coalition forces] Lebanon [denial policy except for exports for UNIFIL and as authorized by the Government of Lebanon] Libya; North Korea

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  • North Korea using Africa to bypass sanctions on arms ...

    A month before that, the report says, a UN member state seized an air shipment destined for a company in Eritrea containing military radio communications items. It was the second time military ...

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  • Eritrea - The World Factbook

    Eritrea has been a leading refugee source country since at least the 1960s, when its 30-year war for independence from Ethiopia began. Since gaining independence in 1993, Eritreans have continued migrating to Sudan, Ethiopia, Yemen, Egypt, or Israel because of a lack of basic human rights or political freedom, educational and job opportunities ...

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  • Eritrea's 15 favorite methods of torture (+ pictures ...

    A United Nations report listed about 15 different methods of torture applied by the Eritrean regime.. Descriptions and drawings of the various torture methods were provided by the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea‘s report, released last Monday.. The Commission has been investigating “violations directly committed by Eritrean public officials; committed at their …

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  • Tigray conflict: Massacre by Eritrean troops in Ethiopia ...

    Eritrean troops “went on a rampage and systematically killed hundreds of civilians in cold blood." ... of attacking a military base and attempting to steal military equipment.

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  • Eritrea’s involvement in Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict ‘is a ...

    Undisputed evidence of Eritrean military involvement in the conflict in Tigray region of Ethiopia between the federal government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) is hard to come by, but some claim there is evidence showing the involvement of Eritrea in the war. While the governments of both Ethiopia and Eritrea have denied such ...

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  • Eritrea International Travel Information

    Ask about your status at an Eritrean embassy or consulate regarding before you travel. Military Service for Dual U.S.–Eritrean Nationals: The National Service Proclamation of October 1995 states that any national between the age of 18 and 50 must participate in National Service. Photography: Exercise caution when taking photographs in Eritrea ...

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  • Military equipment Archives - Eritrea Hub

    Tag: Military equipment. Eritrea’s growing military ties with Russia. January 21, 2020 Martin Plaut News. On Monday it was announced that the Eritrean government had been promised two new Russian helicopters. [See announcement below]. This…

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  • Security Council

    training and technical equipment, provided to, or intended for, the Eritrean military. The Group also found evidence indicating the potential military use of rotary-blade aircraft overhauled by Member States in 2016. In the light of the measures taken by the Government of Eritrea to conceal the military associations of the aircraft,

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  • Eritrea President Isaias Afwerki 'both charismatic and ...

    Eritrea President Isaias Afwerki 'both charismatic and brutal'. Saturday's visit of Eritrea's President Isaias Afwerki to Addis Ababa, the capital of its neighbour Ethiopia, is a remarkable ...

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  • This Tank Graveyard Is a Monument to Eritrea's Struggle ...

    Eritrea’s war of independence lasted from 1961 to 1991, and is one of Africa’s longest wars in recent memory. ... During the war, Ethiopians would hide their destroyed military equipment just ...

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  • The Emirati Navy Arrives in Eritrea - Stratfor

    The Emirati Navy Arrives in Eritrea. Stratfor has detected an Emirati naval presence in the Eritrean port of Assab that may indicate Eritrea's support of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen. Satellite imagery taken Sept. 16 appears to show three landing craft docked in the port that are not vessels known to exist within the Eritrean navy's inventory.

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  • Summary of OFAC Sanctions Details | Visual OFAC

    Eritrea [denial policy, with certain exceptions] Haiti; Iran; Iraq [denial policy except for non-lethal military equipment, and lethal military equipment for the Government of Iraq and coalition forces] Lebanon [denial policy except for exports for UNIFIL and as authorized by …

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  • Eritrea Military Stats: NationMaster

    43th out of 162. Military branches. Eritrean Armed Forces: Eritrean Ground Forces, Eritrean Navy, Eritrean Air Force (includes Air Defense Force) 2011. Military expenditures. 6.3% of GDP. 2006. 3rd out of 13.

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  • Eritrea Slams U.S. for 'Inexplicable' Sanctions Following ...

    The U.S. State Department recently announced it had proscribed dealings with the Eritrean navy under a law prohibiting trading in certain types of military equipment with North Korea…

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  • Factbox: The forces fighting in Ethiopia's Tigray conflict ...

    Eritrea has a system of mandatory military service for all adults which rights groups say amounts to indefinite conscription for many and forces thousands to flee the country.

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  • Global Firepower - 2021 World Military Strength Rankings

    Since 2006 GlobalFirepower (GFP) has provided a unique analytical display of data concerning 140 modern military powers.The GFP ranking is based on each nation's potential war-making capability across land, sea, and air fought by conventional means.The results incorporate values related to manpower, equipment, natural resources, finances, and geography represented by 50+ individual …

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  • Eritrea’s final war? - Ethiopia Insight

    Eritrea’s final war? The Eritrean state was born out of a 30-year liberation war. Its current military adventure in Tigray may lead to its collapse. Eritrea, the tiny Horn of Africa nation is once again in the international spotlight for its atrocious military campaign in …

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  • Eritrea - History

    Its net effect was to strengthen the range of military equipment at the EPLF's disposal. Through most of the war, Ethiopia occupied the southern part of Eritrea. The EPLF had to settle in the inhospitable northern hills towards the Sudanese border.

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  • UN arms embargo on Somalia | SIPRI

    In January 1992 the UN Security Council imposed an open ended arms embargo on Somalia. In February 2007 the embargo was amended to allow arms supplies to Somali Government Forces. In January 1992 Security Council Resolution 733 established an arms embargo on Somalia in reaction to the ongoing conflict and deteriorating humanitarian situation.

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  • Government Surplus, Military Surplus & Humvees for Sale ...

    Buy construction equipment, Humvees, trucks, uniforms & field gear, home & office goods, medical equipment, unclaimed property & more. All sales open to the public.

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  • UNMEE: United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea ...

    According to that resolution, "all States shall prevent" the sale or supply to Eritrea and Ethiopia of weapons, ammunition, military vehicles, equipment and spare parts, as well as any provision to the two countries of technical aid or training related to the manufacture or use of arms.

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