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“We are invisible people,” says a young woman from Eritrea in a perfect Italian accent and a shaky voice. “I have an Italian document, but these people have been waiting for a long time for an answer and now they don’t even have a place
To Samson Solomon and the rest of the family: Ajoka Samson and Ajokum; stay strong and trust in your God and you will see the result of this extraordinary crime very soon on the sinners in Asmara. They may appear safe for now fooling themselves as
Festival participation or turn out all around the world is voluntary. The festival turn-out is just about convincing the participants to take part and not imposing. Originally, the Eritrean festivals were seeded and manured by the Eritrean Revolution to unite the Eritrean people in their
Washington (CNN)The Trump administration will impose visa sanctions on four countries that refuse to take back foreign nationals deemed to be in the US illegally, Department of Homeland Security spokesman Dave Lapan said Wednesday.
The four countries -- Cambodia, Eritrea, Guinea and Sierra Leone, according to
Clashes between police and migrants took place in Rome after police tried to remove about 100 migrants from Ethiopia and Eritrea, who had set up a temporary camp at Piazza Indipendenza (Independence Square), according to the statement of police.
ROME (Sputnik) — Migrants clashed with police in Rome on Thursday
This is Samson, Solomon’s son. It’s really touching article and It reminds me a lot about him and life at that time. If I am not mistaken, we have met in Afabet. You had a guitar and I was trying to play with that
The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms that Yemane Gebreab, the right hand of the Eritrean President, has been attacked in Rome. The attack took place on July 5, but the identity of the victims was hitherto kept secret by the Italian and Eritrean authorities.
NEWS - The
At this stage of my shrinking life where everything has been experimented and I am eagerly studying different materials to crystallize my spiritual muscle through the concept of Buddhism in order to peacefully confront my mortality, the death of Brother Solomon and the conditions of
by Habte Hagos, Eritrea Focus
On 17 August 2017, The Northern Miner (Global mining news) reported, following a conference call with the newly appointed Nevsun CEO, Peter Kukieliski, that the Bisha mine reserve life has reduced from 8 to 4 years (closes in mid-2021).
The decision to
Veteran freedom fighter and former Director General of Telecommunications; Mr. Solomon Habtom died today 18 August 2017, in the notorious Asmara prison, known as Carchelli.
Mr. Solomon, believed to be in his late sixties, was arrested on 10 July 2003 and has been imprisoned by the dictatorial regime
Brig. Gen. Musa Rab’A passed away on 14 Aug 2017 at the age of 70. During the time of his death he was serving as Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Defence Eastern Command. Government media stated that Musa diligently served his country
An Eritrean human rights activist is being investigated by the public prosecutor in Trapani for allegedly illegally sending information about boats and landings to NGO rescue ships.
Don Mossie Zerai, better known as a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015 than as a people smuggler, has
A Christian mother who was arrested earlier this year amid a crackdown on evangelical Christians in the African nation of Eritrea has died, a Christian human rights organization reported.
Fikadu Debesay, an evangelical mother of three who was arrested along with her husband in May, died
KHARTOUM, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- Sudan government on Monday urged the United Nations (UN) to provide funds to help around 2 million refugees on its territories, Sudan tribune reported.
Sudan's Minister of International Cooperation, Idris Suleiman, made the pledge when meeting the representative of the UN
By Charles Onyango Obbo
Since the July 2015 vote in Burundi, all the East African Community countries except South Sudan have had elections.
The latest were Rwanda on August 4, and then Kenya a few hours ago on August 8. In all the elections, except Rwanda, the
BY JAMES PATRICK KELLY
Special to the Idaho Statesman
Kibrom Milash and Tirhas Hailu, owners of Kibrom’s Ethiopian and Eritrean Cuisine, aren’t ones to let a little adversity get them down.
After leaving their drought-stricken, authoritarian-governed country of Eritrea, the enterprising young couple operated a small restaurant in
Review by Bereket Habte Selassie
He spent a major part of his adult life fighting for freedom and human dignity, in a passionate struggle on behalf of his people, the forgotten people of Eritrea. His struggle was frequently a lonely one under bitterly disappointing circumstances—under conditions
Mon 07 Aug 2017
By Eno Adeogun
There are growing concerns for the wellbeing of an Orthodox Church leader in Eritrea who hasn't been seen in public since he attended mass at a church last month.
His Holiness Abune Antonios, the legitimate Patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox (Tewahdo)
News | 6 August 2017
“The main reason I left was poverty,” Yobieli says. But in Eritrea, poverty and politics are deeply intertwined. “My family was poor because my father was a soldier. He was taken to the army.”Like all Eritrean adults, Yobieli’s father was conscripted into
From January to June 2017, UNICEF Eritrea worked closely with the Government and partners to provide children and women with access to nutrition, health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene and child protection services and support, as per UNICEF’s Humanitarian Action for Children (HAC) appeal.