- Created: Tuesday, 14 January 2014 01:34
More than 300 thousand Eritrean children and adults in the refugee camps in Sudan, Ethiopia Djibouti and Yemen are facing a devastating medical crisis. Parents cannot provide nutritious food and they cannot even afford medicine for their children
GÄVLE — Under the dark of a freezing arctic night, Jimi arrived at his destination. They welcomed him with a plate of Swedish meatballs, before showing him to a soft, white bed in a room that sleeps eight.
Many are fleeing persecution from war-torn areas like Sudan and Eritrea. The threat to their lives pushes them to undertake the dangerous journey via smugglers' routes to Israel. A vast majority cross the Sinai Peninsula, known for being a hotbed of kidnapping and organ harvesting.
The sovereignty and identity of Eritrea, which the Eritrean people conquered through sacrifice and martyrdom, is non-negotiable and is to be respected in its entirety, as per the sentence dated 13 April 2003 of the international highest court of the AIA, which is without appeal.
Thousands of African migrants and Israeli human rights activists protested in Tel Aviv on Saturday night, in a “march for freedom” aimed at raising awareness at Israeli government policy to detain and jail asylum seekers without checking refugee status.
PROTECTION FOR ERITREANS IN SOUTH SUDAN- The recurrent tension of conflict in South Sudan has recently been transformed in to an unfortunate burst of armed violence causing the death of about 1000 people.