In a clear night one can see forever. I don’t know who said it but I like the maxim, whatever it means. And in a serene mind one can think forever. There are people who love to think, and they travel far and wide,
Not everyone he knew in the Sudanese refugee camp supported Girmai Araya’s decision to seek refuge in the United States in 1984.
“They said, ‘You don’t want to go to America. You’re gonna wash dogs, you’re gonna wash horses.’ It was scary,” said Girmai, seated with
December 2nd - international day for the abolition of Slavery: Slavery has become a historical term elsewhere, only remains to be practiced in Eritrea
This day is to be observed as a day for the abolition of all forms of slavery. Eritrea, the only remaining country,
I have decided to write this article in English taking into consideration some readers whose grasp of Tigrinya is a bit too shaky to completely understand what I have written over the past few months.
I think that in order to effect a change of
Human rights violations, relentless cruelty, tyranny and oppression are, tragically, everyday experiences for Eritreans.
It is horrifying. It is also so far away from what so many Eritreans heroically fought for, and what campaigners outside that country were supporting, in the struggle for liberation.
Twenty-seven years ago,
The government is to give the BBC £289m over the next five years to invest in expanding the BBC World Service into countries such as North Korea as part of its strategy designed to strengthen the UK’s “soft power”.
The cash injection was announced on Monday
By Andrew Korybko
Global Research, November 18, 2015
Katehon 16 November 2015
Region: Middle East & North Africa, sub-Saharan Africa
Recent media reports indicate that Saudi Arabia and the UAE have contracted Eritrea’s government for assistance in the War on Yemen, using the East African state as a transit
Posted on Friday, 20 November 2015 11:00
Faced with a stunted economy and a dismal reputation abroad, Eritrea is taking small steps towards keeping up appearances with the international community, engaging with foreign investors and changing its heavy-handed approach to the large-scale flight of its citizens.
Officials say suspected Islamist gunmen who stormed a hotel in Mali's capital, Bamako, have "no more hostages".
The Radisson Blu Hotel was stormed by special forces after gunmen entered it and seized 170 people. At least 30 of the hostages are known to have escaped.
By Fesseha Nair
The role of dialogue between any actors in the struggle for democratic transition is very important for communicating the concerns, the understanding of the problems or challenges and for establishing a clear roadmap that satisfies the needs of our people.
The designation of the