- Created: Monday, 22 September 2014 04:24
ERITREA would appear on no one's list of cycling powerhouses. No African rider has ever won the Tour de France—no black African has ever even competed in it—and the last time an Olympic cycling medal was bestowed on an athlete from anywhere on the continent was 1956. The closed and desperately poor nation, which split off from Ethiopia in 1993 following a 30-year-long separatist conflict, is a minnow even within the broader context of African sports. Unlike, say, Kenyan distance runners or Cameroon's football team, Eritreans are yet to achieve significant international athletic success in any major event.
GENEVA, 18 September 2014 / PRN Africa / — The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Eritrea, Sheila B. Keetharuth, will make an official visit to Italy from 22 to 26 September to collect first-hand information from Eritrean refugees and migrants on the human rights situation in Eritrea.
The Kmer Rouge of Eritrea (PFDJ) has on September 18-2001, hit its nail for the final act of destruction of the aspiration of Eritrean people and scraped all of our Rights, including the Country’s Institutions.
(Bologna, Italy - September 2, 2014) - Eritrean organizations, civic groups, and individual activists came together for a second time in the historic city of Bologna to accelerate the establishment of a united national front against the dictatorship and for democracy in Eritrea.
They are "a cancer in our body", and "a threat to the social fabric of society … national security [and the] identity and existence [of the] Jewish and democratic state". As "infiltrators", they should be "encourage[d] … to leave" and "lock[ed] … up to make their lives miserable".
Eritrean Forum for Change: through the Paltalk, would like to highlight to the current issues of Eritrean crisis and humanitarian, as the result of the slavery and human trafficking, and we will try through this dialogue,
The U.S. Department of State warns U.S.possibility U.S. citizens will not receive the requisite exit permit from Eritrean authorities. citizens of the risks of travel to Eritrea and strongly recommends U.S. citizens not travel to the country since there is increasing