Two boats that reportedly set out from Libya on 22 and 25 March, one carrying 335 Eritreans and the other 68 Eritreans and Ethiopians, have disappeared.
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Libyans shooting Sub-Saharan African refugees seeking to escape
My views of the days ahead in Eritrea It goes without saying that every Eritrean has become anxious for change (with the exception of the PFDJ diehards who will see their number shrinking by the day from now on).
It is said that diplomacy is the art of persuasion, and together with money and military force an ability to persuade sets a Government’s power to shape the unravelling of international events to meet its own interests.
The PFDJ government has caused very serious harms to Eritrea and Eritreans. It has eroded Eritrean nationalism and has weakened the Eritreans’ resolve and determination for freedom and development of their country.
These days the news of the discovery of 70 bodies in the Libyan coast has been in circulation. What we know based on the information we got from compatriots still in Libya is that, among these discovered bodies, so far, there are four people from Eritrea or Ethiopia.