In my article, “On the latest EGS Symposium for Human Right, Justice and Democracy (Final)” where about 10 professors participated to discuss on the general theme of: Exploring Possible Scenarios for Eritrean Transition to Democracy (March 8, 2014 in Virginia) I testified in writing that
I appreciate ASSENNA for its achievements and actualizing this bliss and God bless its management.
In my last article I wrote the importance of OUR VOICE’s self-exposure to the efficiency, reliability and accountability of its objective because I as a person want to only deal with
Barack Obama’s speech is straight forward and a simply commonly 101 course for African leaders. African is a continent with bunch of dictators and authoritarian parties and this culture has been a norm for decades and is also popping up in new forms in this
The Need for Unity to End the Eritrean Nightmare
An Appeal to ALL Eritreans in the Diaspora
Araya Debessay, Professor, University of Delaware, USA
A group who identified themselves as “Our Voice – Eritrea” has recently written two articles. The first was titled, “A Swift, Effective and
The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
1:47 P.M. EAT
PRIME MINISTER HAILEMARIAM: Members of the press, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to once again welcome His Excellency, the President of the United States of America, to Ethiopia. We are honored to receive
This is in response to the latest article by a group called OUR VOICE recently posted at Assenna. It is clear that it first appeared in May and followed it up in July. I appreciate the group very much for continuing their effort compared to
President Barack Obama is in Ethiopia on the second leg of his African tour - the first serving US leader to visit the country.
He is due to hold talks with government officials and discuss the civil war in South Sudan with regional leaders.
President Obama will
Mission Statement: The mandate of the democratic leadership of the Our Voice - Eritrea movement is nothing else but to function as a preparatory body to bring about the establishment of accountable and sustainable constitutional governance in Eritrea in which all members of the society
Following a question from Baroness Kinnock of Holyhead the Minister of State of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the Lords, Baroness Anelay of St Johns, put on the record the UK Government’s backing of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea. Responding to
Fetsum: Facing the universe empty handed II: Sympathy vs. Solution
As you know, the Eritreans in Diaspora and inside the country lately scored stronger sympathy from the universe than any other time in the fight. They invaded the streets of the world in support of the
Martin Patzelt, a member of Angela Merkel’s CDU party, advocates more humane refugee policies amid increasing tensions in Germany over immigration.
A German MP from Angela Merkel’s party has put his money where his mouth is by welcoming two asylum seekers into his home – and
(Reuters) - Iran and six major world powers reached a nuclear deal on Tuesday, capping more than a decade of on-off negotiations with an agreement that could potentially transform the Middle East.
Under the deal, sanctions imposed by the United States, European Union and United Nations
Samuel Gibbs - TheGuardian
Attack that revealed data exposing deals with dictatorships was on a ‘governmental level’ and ‘planned for months’, says David Vincenzetti in first statement
The founder of cybersecurity firm Hacking Team has finally spoken out over the attack that saw 400GB of its data
Fetsum: Open letter to Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegne
Dear Prime Minister;
This is in response to your recent opinion on the Ethio-Eritrean situation posted at Assenna on July 7, 2015(ህግደፍ ንጎረባብቲ ሃገራት ምሕማስ ብምቕጻሉ: ስጉምቲ ምውሳድ ክንግደድ ኢና ክብል ቀዳማይ ሚኒስተር ኢትዮጵያ ገሊጹ) where you indirectly suggested of
Daniel Teklehaimanot has a lot of firsts weighing on his shoulders. On Thursday, he became the first African rider to wear the coveted King of the Mountains jersey in the Tour de France, racing as part of the first African team to compete in it,
by Matt de Neef
LE HAVRE, France (CT) – There’s a real sense of excitement around the MTN-Qhubeka team at the 2015 Tour de France. The Pro Continental outfit is the first African-registered trade team to race the Tour and, in its first outing in the
Three Eritreans were brutally murdered in a South Sudanese town on Monday, according to sources from South Sudan. .
A father with his son, and a close relative of them were attacked and
gunned down by an armed man at their shop during working hours at the