Regime critic Andargachew Tsege was seized during stopover in Yemen in 2014
A Briton who has spent four years on death row in Ethiopia after being abducted at an airport in Yemen has been pardoned.
Andargachew Tsege, an opponent of the regime in Addis Ababa, first came to the
Religious leaders representing Eritrea’s Christians and Muslims spoke passionately about the repression their people face today.
Speaking before MPs and members of the House of Lords at a meeting chaired by Lord Alton, they gave two hours of evidence.
Dr Berhane Asmelash, a vicar in the church
Press Statement by Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State:
On behalf of the government and people of the United States, I wish the people of Eritrea a happy national day as you celebrate the 27th anniversary of your nation on May 24, 2018. We hope that our
Interview of Mr. Saleh Mahmoud & Mr. Ahmed Nuru Berhan Hagos: Two Veteran Fighters’ Views in How to Celebrate Eritrea's Independence Day
On Thursday, May the 18th, 2018, Radio ERENA interviewed two Eritreans, namely, Mr. Mahmoud Saleh & Mr. Ahmed Nuru Berhan Hagos related to how each chooses to celebrate
Eritrean Veterans – where the best began
Reaching for the hard notes
As we celebrate our Independence Day, never should we forget about ALL Eritrean Veterans who felt the present, aimed at our future and embraced it all.
Walking parallel with our Veterans, let us remember and celebrate
SUCCESS AGAINST ALL ODDS: INSPIRATION
FOR OUR ERITREAN YOUTH IN DIASPORAS
Dr. Tesfa G. Gebremedhin.
West Virginia University
Eritreans in Diasporas have diverse educational and career background. The majority of us came to North America, Europe, Australia, Middle East, and some African countries as refugees and we are mostly
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
A rumour has spread that Isaias Afewerki has suffered heart attack and he is in Dubai/Abu Dhabi for treatment. Some people were hopeful that it may be his last and the pains and suffering of the population will end. I searched on website
Over a thousand Eritreans protested outside the Swiss national parliament on Friday against tough new rules that could see as many as 3,200 people returned to the autocratic African country.
After the demonstration, which Swiss People's Party politician Natalie Rickli filmed on her mobile phone, protesters