Ezana Sehay 6/5/2015
Few days ago, I watched a two part documentary prepared by and aired on EBC [Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation] on the situations of Eritreans as told by Eritreans themselves. It is an informative, educational and heart wrenching piece of work and I recommend everyone
Fetsum Abraham: What a legacy and what may our future be
We suffered tremendously for the last 55 years from the long fight for independence and the surprising home breaded absolute dictatorship. The world’s perception of our people’s determination for independence was challenged by the dictatorship
A group of four Rashaida attackers kidnapped 14 Eritrean refugees, including 8 women in Eastern Sudan, just 1 Km from Shegerab Refugee Camp, according to Eritrean refugees in the refugee Camp.
The victims were among 70 Eritrean refugees who were being transported from Wedi Sherifey to
On A SWIFT, EFFECTIVE AND LASTING SOLUTION TO THE ERITREAN NIGHTMARE!! – A Short Thesis on Strategy By Our Voice By assenna on May 16, 2015
I thank the writers of the article for putting the effort to provide very interesting subject matters in prolific articulation.
French police officers cleared up on Tuesday morning hundreds of African migrants from a makeshift camp beneath the metro in Paris. Simultaneously, two migrant camps underwent evacuation in the northern port of Calais.
About 350 refugees, most of them from Sudan and Eritrea, but also
Migrants rescued in on-going operations brought safely to port in Sicily
The Italian Naval vessel Spica, carrying 992 rescued migrants, dropped anchor just outside the small southern Sicilian port of Pozzallo on over the weekend.
This shipload, including about 200 minors and mostly made up by Eritreans,