The ruling party of Zimbabwe has voted to sack Robert Mugabe as its leader and has appointed in his place the vice-president the veteran autocrat fired two weeks ago.
The vote by hundreds of senior Zanu-PF officials in Harare on Sunday significantly weakens the position of Mugabe, who
By Michael Abraha
Eritrea is again said to have jailed without trial more people since October 31, 2017 in an effort to extinguish the blazing spirit of the rebellious Islamic school, Al Diaa, in Asmara. How dare they refuse to stop teaching Islam in that school
Zimbabwe remains in political limbo a day-and-a-half after the military takeoverthat appears to have put an end to Robert Mugabe’s 37-year grip on power.
As talks between Mugabe - who has been confined to his residence in Harare by the army, and senior military officers – entered
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
On 31/10/2017 the students of Al Diaa Islamic School marched from Akria to the City Centre, angered by the decision of the regime to take ownership of the school and imprison the 92 years old Haji Musa Nur, the chairman of school board,
Robert Mugabe remains in detention at his home in Zimbabwe more than 12 hours after the military declared on national television that it had temporarily taken control of the country to “target criminals” around the head of state.
The move by the armed forces appears to have
14 November 2017 – The Security Council on Tuesday renewed until 15 November 2018 the partial lifting of the arms embargo on Somalia, authorization for maritime interdiction of illicit arms imports and charcoal exports, and the humanitarian exemption.
In the resolution adopted by 11 affirmative votes
The UN human rights chief says the European Union policy of helping Libyan authorities intercept migrants on the Mediterranean and return them to Libya is "inhuman."
Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein decried "unimaginable horrors" faced by 19,900 migrants now detained in the North African country, more than 2½
According to Assenna sources, in the months leading to the Al-Diaa School demonstration; an unprecedented exodus of staff of the ministry of education took place.
Several high ranking officials from the ministry fled the country. This included among others Mr. Abdella Mohammed Osman, head of the
Eritrea’s military received help from the United Arab Emirates and possibly Russian, Czech and Italian companies in the past year, assistance that would violate a United Nations arms embargo on the Horn of Africa country, the organization’s investigators said.
Thirteen Eritrean air force and navy cadets
Press Release EACOR:
STATEMENT CONDEMNING THE SHOOTINGS OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS IN ASMARA
We, Eritrean American Civic Organization Raleigh & Environs strongly condemn the recent shootings of peaceful civilian protesters on 31st October 2017 in Asmara the capital of Eritrea.
The protest took place after the regime arbitrary arrest of
The Muslim world is going through tough time. Decades of failed policies of western countries, and the tight grip repressive regimes applied on their people have now resulted in the mushrooming of terrorist franchises. While global forces have largely pushed our world towards cooperation and
First, I like to express my optimism about our people’s reaction to the barbaric genocide of our helpless people in Asmara. I am dignified to see the on going reactions all over the planet and I hope this will continue till the enemy dissolves one
The Eritreans’ abidance to the tyrannical laws is based on the Eritrean culture of respect and obedience to the elders. Otherwise, the obedience is not out of fear. The Al-Diaa-Islamic school’s board leaders and the students’ reaction and response to the regime’s contemptuous banning order
It is all about Freedom of Religion !!
The events unfolding in Asmara expose the unrestrained desire of the tyrannical regime to take over religious institutions and dismantle their leadership. The intensity of the interference has been accelerated in the last few months.
The resistance against this