Lead: At last, independence for the tiny nation of Eritrea was a reality.

                Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

                Content: The so-called Horn of Africa protrudes out into the Indian Ocean, its northern coast paralleling the Arabian peninsula. It is the home to a dazzling array of ethnic diversity. Somalians, Ethiopians, the Affars and Issas of Djibouti, and Eritreans, whose tiny nation running along the Red Sea coastline, after a century of dispute, achieved its independence in 1993.

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