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Eri-TV: News October 7, 2013 The residents of Godaif area, Asmara, have expressed satisfaction with the market place within. Among the residents, Semhar Gebreyohannes, Mr. Mulugeta Embaye and Ms. Abeba Gebregziabher pointed out that farmers are directly supplying vegetables and other goods to end users, thus giving rise to a relatively fair price. Mr. Tekle Habtemichael, Mr. Zecarias Mesfin and Rev. Andemichael Berhane, all of them farmers, explained that they have previously been incurring unnecessary transport and other expenses selling their goods to the main market places in the cities. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Agordat, 07 October 2013 -- The Administration of Agordat sub-zone has called on parents to enhance...
1 of 8 - Eritrea - Mallets to Asmara - 30/01 - 02/02/2012 http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFFDD1C6C4A08B10F&feature=view_all Not just steam trains, but camel trains! Every Monday in Keren, Eritrea there is a camel and live stock market. Taken on the Far Rail Tour to Eritrea in January 2012.
Shewa Hagos and her sons changed their sandwich shop into a traditional Eritrean cafe in 2014. Within a few months, the Blue Nile had become London's best restaurant on the review site TripAdvisor. BBC's Africa's Peter Okwoche went to test his taste buds.
Eritrean Stir Fry (Kulwha) (African) recipe How to make Eritrean Stir Fry (Kulwha) (African) Ingredients Niter kibbeh 500 g unsalted butter ½ tsp ground cardamom ½ tsp ground fenugreek ½ tsp nigella seeds, ground Kulwha 1 tbsp nit’r qibe* (or, for a healthier alternative you can use more olive oil) 1 tbsp olive oil 1 onion, sliced 1 long green chilli, chopped 2 tomatoes, diced 500 g lamb fillet, diced into small cubes pinch of salt 1 tbsp berbere Preparation To make the niter kibbeh, heat the butter in a small saucepan over low–medium heat until it has begun to simmer gently. Simmer for about 30 minutes, skimming the foam off the surface, until the top layer of butter is completely clear. Strain the butter through a fine sieve over a bowl, leaving the milk solids in the bottom of the...
Fish species There are more than 600 fish species found in the Eritrean Red Sea. The commercially important ones can be categorized into five groups. These are Demersal Pelagic, Ornamental, Crustacean, and Cephalopods. Based on this classification, there are 104 Demersal, 79 Ornamental, 26 Pelagic, 2 Crustacean, and 2 Cephalopod species both for local and export market utilization.
Tour the Asmara Brewery and bottling plant. Asmara Beer -- an excellent, great-tasting lager beer. Music: Eritrean Kirar, played by men at the Medeber Market, Asmara, Eritrea. Asmara Brewery, formerly the Melotti Brewery. September 14, 2016.
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Our planet hosts only a few places where man lives with nature, not against it. Only 200 kilometers away from a place like this the globalization has changed the way people think. There are about 1 billion people in Africa - a vast potential market for our products. Why should people there eat real corn, when we can sell them a canned one?
The East African country of Eritrea is part of the biggest global migration crisis since World War II. Binyam Abraham, 16, explains why he decided to leave and what's ahead. Photo/Video: Nichole Sobecki for The Wall Street Journal Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
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