Fetsum: The Cultured Sudanese Transition to Scientific Democracy (part I)
Dedication: This is dedicated to YiAKL Movement worldwide.
Appeal: I am approaching the last chapter of my thesis with this and the following article. I beg my readers to completely read them even a paragraph at
WHAT IS OUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION?
Dr. Tesfa G. Gebremedhin
As each New Year rolls around, many of us sit down to think and make our New Year’s resolutions. It is a time to make resolutions that hopefully will put us in a better situation than
AT LAST A MESSAGE TO ALL ERITREAN from our mother ST Mary, which was also confirmed by ABA ZEWENGEL to me.
That we Eritrean’s do not need to travel elsewhere to see miracles , because we have our own holy people chosen by GOD who can
Eritrean Pro-justice Movement: Uniting Eritreans to See a Day Nothing Left of Isayasism and an End of Threats to the Eritrean Nationhood
Since the members of the Eritrean Pro-justice Movement come from all the Eritrean political organizations, civil associations and the silent majority, it (the Eritrean
Perhaps the ONLY positive achievement of the political regime that ruled for the whole 3 decades of the post-independence period was in the health sector, namely the significant reduction in under-five childhood mortality, maternal mortality, > 90% coverage in immunization of children. These remarkable achievements
Dedication: I dedicate this work and the following articles to the vibrant YiAkl movement worldwide. I congratulate the movement for its latest historical conference in Dallas (December 2019).
Once more, my presentation on the Sudanese experience to democracy had to wait because of the current topics discussed
Assenna Foundation Board, working with our Barrister - Mishcon de Reya LLP, is actively seeking to gather addition information for the CPS, which the court can then consider at a three-hour hearing in February. To this end, we appeal for information from all justice seekers
Over two hours of CCTV and police body camera footage is today being scrutinized by the Crown Prosecution Service and barristers at 'silver circle' international law firm Mishcon de Raya following a magistrate’s instruction to further investigate the series of attacks by supporters of the Eritrean
by Petros Tesfagiorgis
Health care and schools for their children is a daily concern of all families everywhere. These sectors are essential for social and economic advancement. To close 29 health centres and schools is profoundly inhuman and shows the moral bankruptcy of the Eritrean regime.
A Photo of Eritrean Nationalists – Waiting for the “D-Day”
Today, Thursday, 12 December 2019, Jacob Ghebremehin pleaded guilty of assaulting the journalist, Amanuel Eyasu, at the Thames Magistrate Court, East London, UK. The case was brought by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). To help prepare