- Created: Wednesday, 28 January 2015 01:19
As usual, he blamed conspirators for wanting to hinder his government’s endeavor in the development of the country. He said, “…for 15 years we didn’t face a military attack only, but also economic, diplomatic, political and defamation, to prevent us from implementing development plans.”
While the world is busy celebrating Christmas and new year's eve tens of Eritrean journalists and artists are languishing in prisons for more than 13 years without any clue on their presence and whereabouts.In a notorious security raid in September 2001,
Late last month three Eritrean men filed a lawsuit in a Vancouver court against Nevsun Resources Limited. The lawsuit stemmed from allegations that Nevsun, a Canadian mining company, had used slave labor at its Bisha property, an industrial metal mine located in central Eritrea through its local contractor, the Segen construction company.
Eritrean asylum seekers in Europe are at this moment out in the cold in Calais,Denmark,Holland,Italy and elswhere. The whole world knows and has witnessed their fate but there is NO ROOM IN THE INN for them
Ras Asberom Tessema wasa prominent national figure who played an important role in the self-determination period in Eritrea. He was the leader of the "Liberal Progressive Party” that was founded in 1947, and his party was an ally of the Muslim League, and was also part of the Independence Bloc, calling for the independence of Eritrea.
Eritrean Solidarity Movement for national Salvation(WSMNS) as known as Simret is hosting a symposium to engage Eritrean from all walks of life in discussions with Simret Chairman Tesfu Atssebeha, Vise Chairman Mustafa Mohamednur
The violent death an Eritrean asylum-seeker in eastern Germany and initial police denial of foul play has prompted opposition Greens politician Volker Beck to file a judicial obstruction charge against persons unknown.
Forty one members of the British Parliament have signed an early day motion that seeks to eliminate “slavery-like” working conditions in Eritrea’s mines, which they say it the main cause for over 5,000 people fleeing the country every month.
“We now have evidence to confirm that a stab from a knife was the cause of his injuries,” said Dieter Kroll, president of Dresden police. “We can exclude the possibility that this was an accident. It is murder.”
The report, issued by Danish authorities in November, stressed that Eritrean asylum seekers could safely return home, if the country implemented a comprehensive set of reforms. Denmark's immigration departments are instructed to grant asylum solely to those Eritrean refugees, who can prove that their return would be dangerous.
Reliable sources from the region suggest widening disapproval for the leader of (RSADO) Red Sea Afar Democratic Organization’s Mr. Ibrahim Harun. The Afar opposition leader and his grassroots support from within the military leadership, Eritrean Afar refugee activists, Afar traditional elders and other Afar opposition movements have been embroiled in a deep dispute over his Ibrahim’s undemocratic leadership style.
(Asmara 02-01-2015) Freedom Friday (Arbi Harnet) activists in Asmara have this afternoon confirmed that the Eritrean regime has called off the announcements requiring many Asmara residents to report for training, tomorrow 3rd of January 2015.