By Fesseha Nair
The role of dialogue between any actors in the struggle for democratic transition is very important for communicating the concerns, the understanding of the problems or challenges and for establishing a clear roadmap that satisfies the needs of our people.
The designation of the
Abdela Hagaito, 42, was seen swinging from a tree in a park off of a main highway in the Windy City by a woman on her morning commute.
A Chicago man was found hanged from a tree in a park while unsuspecting commuters and joggers sped
Yemeni forces backed by the Saudi-led coalition have launched an offensive to retake the key battleground province of Taiz from Houthi rebels, a military commander told AFP news agency.
Forces loyal to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi have been pressing to recapture parts of Yemen seized by the
The Islamic State has grown beyond its original home in Syria and Iraq, extending its operations into other parts of the Middle East and North Africa by establishing alliances and absorbing other terrorist groups. Data from IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Center reveals how the
A migrant waits to disembark in Sicilian harbour of Messina, Italy. Photograph: Antonio Parrinello/Reuters
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African governments have been offered €1.8bn to help stem the flow of refugees to Europe. Yet the migrants European leaders want to “send back” are in many cases
rance has declared a national state of emergency and has closed its borders after scores of people were killed in multiple gun and bomb attacks in Paris.
At least 100 people are reported to have died at the Bataclan concert hall in central Paris.
Gunmen took many
French police have said 'at least 60 people' have been killed after two separate shootings in Paris
A hostage situation, involving as many as 100 people, is unfolding the Bataclan theatre
There are also reports of two explosions near the Stade de France, five miles from the shootings
Police have confirmed there have
November, 11, 2015
In witness of the unprecedented Success of the Eritrean Demonstration of Octber 29, 2015, in New York
Eritreans for Justice and Democracy from North America, Canada, Europe
and the Sudan had a successful Demonstration in New York, on 10/29/2015, in support of the United Nations
The Road Ends in Djibouti for Some Eritrean Refugees
Thousands of Eritreans are marooned in this desolate corner of the Horn of Africa.
By Dan Connell, November 10, 2015.
Temperatures were pushing 115˚ when we reached the crest of a rocky hill overlooking Ali Addeh, a desolate refugee
This workshop was held on Nov. 9 in Altiero Spinelli Building of the European Parliament. About 60-70 attended the public hearing- most of whom were university students of international relations. There were two sessions, with the second dominated by Eritrean speakers. It was about 3
Tuesday 10 November 2015
MPs debate human rights in Eritrea – the Foreign Office responds
Last night, Members of Parliament debated Human Rights in Eritrea during an adjournment debate led by Matthew Pennycook MP. In the opening of his speech, Matthew Pennycook MP outlined the sad truth about
The migrant crisis has dominated in Europe for much of this year.
After Syria, the largest number of migrants seeking to come to the continent are from Eritrea.
The country's human rights record has pushed roughly half the population into exile. Many say they are escaping from
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Spain's interior minister says the first of more than 1,400 refugees from Syria and Eritrea are being welcomed for resettlement in new homes across the country.
Jorge Fernandez Diaz said that an initial group of 19 refugees was being housed Sunday, placing Spain "at the vanguard
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) Eritrea has been excluded from East Africa’s main soccer tournament this month because of political tensions with host Ethiopia.
Nicholas Musonye, secretary general of the Council for East and Central African Football Associations, says the regional soccer body ”must respect” Ethiopia’s position not
By Kennedy Langat
Eritrea will not participate in this year’s 38th edition of the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup which is scheduled to start on the 22st of this month in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
CECAFA Secretary General Nicholas Musonye said all other member countries have confirmed participation in the annual regional
29 October 2015 – “A very significant number” of Eritreans are fleeing a country “that is not in a situation of conflict or unrest” to seek a life free from fear, the head of a UN-appointed commission of inquiry on human rights in the east
Stratfor has detected an Emirati naval presence in the Eritrean port of Assab that may indicate Eritrea's support of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen. Satellite imagery taken Sept. 16 appears to show three landing craft docked in the port that are not vessels known to
The Eritrean Movement for Democracy and Human Rights (EMDHR) is pleased to announce that the ten Eritrean national football players have been granted political asylum by the government of the republic of Botswana today the 28th of October 2015.
It is to be recalled that the