A man driving a van ploughed into a crowd of pedestrians near a Muslim community centre in north London in what police are treating as a terrorist attack.
The Muslim Council of Britain said the attack, which occurred shortly after midnight on Monday morning, came as
Seventy-nine people are confirmed to be either dead or missing and presumed dead, and the number is expected to increase further, police have revealed.
Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy said five people had been formally identified and the rest of those missing following the blaze were “sadly” presumed
Reuters/By Aaron Maasho | ADDIS ABABA
Djibouti accused neighboring Eritrea on Friday of occupying disputed territory along their border after Qatar withdrew its peacekeepers.
Foreign Minister Mahamoud Ali Youssouf said Djibouti's military were "on alert" and that it had lodged complaints with the United Nations and the
The NGO Alliance on Eritrea is a group of civil society organisations focusing on Eritrea. Since the release of the Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea’s findings, specifically the statement that “the crimes committed by the Eritrean Government may constitute crimes against humanity,” Eritrea’s human rights
June 20 is the International Refugee Day. It is a day to be observed as a day to sympathize with all refugees of the world. Listen to their stories and try to understand their sufferings at the hands of their abusive governments, governments that failed
Order of the moment: “In Dictatorship, few individuals in power dictate the people by force. In any democratic ambiance, however, no political party or a group aiming at political power has the right to instruct the people how to manage their political situation but the
At the end of this introduction, I have written down, as briefly as possible, that part of my personal background (resume’) which, I consider, to be relevant to the matter I am about to present to several Eritrean communities in the US in particular and
There are very few Eritreans who went through the various periods of Eritrean history - Italian colonial period, British Military Administration, federation, liberation struggle and post-independence; one of them is an elder by the name of Woldeab Woldemariam who passed away on 16 May 1995.
The Eritrean-Canadians Festival for Unity, Reconciliation and Justice in
Toronto, Canada July 1-2 2017.
“The Eritrean-Canadians Festival for Unity, Reconciliation and Justice” scheduled to be held on July 1-2, 2017 in Toronto, Canada is the first of its kind and is expected to be a major attraction for
Addis Ababa - Ethiopians were still unable to surf the web via mobile networks on Tuesday, despite government claims the nationwide internet shutdown, which began a week ago, had been lifted.
Africa's second most-populous country turned off its internet access without warning or explanation last week,
On Interview with Temesgen Rusom from Munich Re a Scheduled National Dialogue: Assenna, May 23 AND GI’s direct contact and outstanding achievement with the group
I dedicate this work to our gallant defenders of the grassroots movement in Europe, Ammanuel Eyasu and the Assenna family at
By Estelle Shirbon and William James | LONDON
British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Sunday for a stronger response to Islamist extremism after three attackers drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge and stabbed others nearby, killing seven people and injuring 48.
London's Metropolitan Police arrested 12 people in the
by Habte Hagos; Eritrea Focus
Eritrea Focus and Freedom United organised a successful anti-slavery campaign outside the Chelsea Flower Show, London, on 23 and 27 May 2017, the opening and closing days. The event was eloquently captured by Assenna and can be found [here].
Eritrea Focus is
The Saudi-led coalition’s near three-year conflict in Yemen appears to be converging on the Houthi-controlled city of Hodeidah. Foreign diplomats, international humanitarian NGOs, and experts have rightly voiced concerns of the humanitarian disaster that would result if an operation to recapture the city takes place.
Nearly 100 Christians have been arrested this month in Eritrea, the one-party East African state that is among the world’s most repressive, according to World Watch Monitor, which reports on the persecution of Christians.
The arrests come ten years after the regime of Isaias Afwerki, the