Subject: Response to “History Repeating Itself”, by Warsaye Adhanom, January 29, 2019
Warsaye Adhanom said it ALL. There is NOTHING else to be said. Eritreans may wish to get together and face the problem and come up with some sort of reincarnation. Eighty to ninety (80 –
My fellow Eritrean Brothers and Sisters. Over the weekend, I have read many angry responses for what Ethiopians demonstrated in Dubai. Including Eritrea map with Ethiopia has been a common practice. This idea did not come from a thin Air. When Dr. Abiy come to
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25 January 2019
New leadership for Parliamentary Group on Eritrea
All-Party Group AGM plans fresh initiatives at a time of rapid change in Horn of Africa
On 23 January the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Eritrea convened its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in parliament
A 26-year-old refugee from Eritrea died when she was hit by a police car responding to a 999 call.
The pedestrian was struck by the marked vehicle on Forest Road, Walthamstow, east London, at 23:45 GMT on Tuesday.
Officers stopped and tried to help the woman, but
This article is written to highlight some of the steps that seem miscalculated and if not taken seriously can have grave consequences to Eritrea, Ethiopia and the region.
It is not the aim of this article to accuse Dr Abiy for the situation in Eritrea, I should
Fetsum: My experience in Denver Festival (VII)
There is no certificate without completing the required academic workload and no freedom and democracy without conceptual and organizational preparation! It is not about Isaias’s magnificence that diminished our capacity to properly resist and change the situation but our
Mine workers suing Nevsun Resources over allegations of forced labour, slavery, torture
Scott Anderson · CBC News · Posted: Jan 22, 2019 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: January 22
For years, Vancouver-based mining firm Nevsun Resources has dismissed allegations that forced labour was used to build its mine in the
“ክርእየኩም’እዬ” Issayas Afewerki (1)
It was a diabolical threat by Issayas Afewerki Abraha Miratch to the four – six million people of Eritrea.
Let us admit. He accomplished his threat without a shadow of doubt. Eritrea is now under his ‘Boots’ – and no doubt, he will do more before he