The Sudanese president, Omar al-Bashir, has flown home, leaving South Africa in defiance of a court order that he must remain to face an international arrest warrant.
His abrupt departure early on Monday came amid urgent calls from the UN general secretary, Ban Ki-moon, the EU
A South African court has issued an interim order stopping Sudan's leader Omar al-Bashir, who faces war crimes charges, from leaving the country.
The Pretoria High Court says Mr Bashir must stay until it rules on Monday on whether he should be handed over to the
Dear fellow Eritreans, Isaias Afewerki is trying to nullify the 1997 constitution because he does not want to be charged of extra-judicial imprisonments, disappearances, and killings of innocent people by the 1997 constitution. He should be charged and tried of murder. He should also be
Friday 12 June 2015
Public relations for Nevsun in London next week
There are meetings taking place in London next week which are of great concern to Eritreans. They involve the visit from Canada of Todd Romaine, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at Nevsun Resources Limited,
The UK is to “carefully consider” the findings of a UN inquiry that concluded the Eritrean government may be subjecting its citizens to crimes against humanity, contradicting British guidance that has deemed Eritrea safe for migrants to return to after leaving illegally.
The Home Office updated its country
Europe’s response to the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean has rightly – if belatedly – focused on saving lives. Not a week goes by now without thousands of Africans, Asians and refugees from the Middle East being rescued off the coast of Italy by European
By Concerned Eritreans
You could by now have heard that Eritreans opposed to the repressive regime in Asmara are organizing a historic demonstration in front of the UN Office in Geneva on 26 June 2015.
If you have not yet decided to be part of that
(CNN)The government of Eritrea is responsible for "systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations, forcing hundreds of thousands of refugees to flee the country," according to a United Nations investigation.
"It is not law that rules Eritreans -- but fear," says the U.N. report.
The United Nations
More than 20 members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Eritrea are taken to Gahtelay for military training for 45 days, according to sources from Asmara.
As a result , most offices of the ministry are closed and the ministry is effectively out of operation;
GENEVA (8 June 2015) -- The Government of Eritrea is responsible for systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations that have created a climate of fear in which dissent is stifled, a large proportion of the population is subjected to forced labour and imprisonment, and
"Systematic and gross human rights abuses" on scale seldom seen may include crimes against humanity, report finds.
The Eritrean government may have committed crimes against humanity and was responsible for systematic and gross human rights abuses on a "scope and scale seldom witnessed elsewhere", a year-long