Many Eritreans quietly commemorate the “referendum day” every year. The commemoration is in celebration the Eritrean struggle finally liberated the whole country in 1991. The total liberation of the country imposed referendum to be held in 1993, which resulted in the Eritrean people’s 99.83% “Yes”
I thank Assenna for having been our main channel of communication. I congratulate it for its Radio drive directly to Eritrea. This is very good for the voiceless people that needs to be assisted by peace loving Eritreans from all corners of the world. I
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South's President Moon Jae-in shook hands Friday over the Military Demarcation Line that divides their countries in a gesture laden with symbolism ahead of a historic summit.
"I am happy to meet you," Moon told Kim before the
No more deportation orders will be served on illegal immigrants, the state told the High Court of Justice on Tuesday, adding that all existing orders have been cancelled.
By: TPS, with additional reporting from World Israel News Staff
“At this stage there is no possibility to carry
The United States Department of State on Saturday announced that a top official on African Affairs was due to tour three East African countries between April 22 – April 26.
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Ambassador Donald Y. Yamamoto will start off his tour
Testimony of Maria Burnett, East and Horn of Africa Director, at the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission
Co-Chairman Hultgren and members of the Commission, thank you for the invitation to testify today.
Thousands of Eritreans, many of them young, flee Eritrea every month. This means Eritrea is losing
Flights have resumed at Ethiopia’s Bole International Airport after what was described as a rare but also brief industrial action that led to the grounding of flights on Tuesday morning.
State TV confirmed that the refusal of air traffic controllers to take up post had led
Eritreans Have a Profound Sense of Their Own History: A Response to Getachew Reda
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
I do not want to reply to Getachew Red’s article and claims point by point as it is full of fallacies and emotional assertions. Let me explain again what
Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission Hearing
Eritrea: Root Causes of the Refugee Crisis
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
2:30 – 4:00 p.m.
2255 Rayburn House Office Building
Please join the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission (TLHRC) for a hearing on human rights in Eritrea.
Migrants from the small east African nation of Eritrea make-up
Ethiopian prime minister, Abiy Ahmed has continued his country tour, visiting the capital of the Tigray regional state, where he addressed war veterans and members of the community.
The reformist leader who has visited the restive Oromiya and Somali regions and met with opposition leaders since