Letter to Isaias Afwerki
A Call for Justice for all Eritrean Prisoners of Conscience in Eritrea
We, the family members of Eritrea’s prisoners of conscience, demand the immediate release of the Eritrean heroes.
Whenever September comes there are two events always remembered, the Eritrean Armed Struggle starting day by our hero Hamid Awate, and the arrest of our nation’s founding fathers - G15. As any African nation Eritrea and Eritreans suffered a lot under various colonizers and it
This message pertains to a case of a young man whose lot (confinement) fell on the gloomy side of life. Although it was not our hope that Beniam's life experiences would have led him to imprisonment, we gather as family and friends alike, of Beniam
September 12, 2015 (KHARTOUM) – A well placed Sudanese source revealed today that a dissident Ethiopian general fled to Sudan on Friday evening along with his soldiers after clashes with the Eritrean army.
The source who spoke to the Turkey-based Anadolu news agency on condition of
According to Doctor Daniel R. Mekonnen, a former judge in Asmara, currently a Lawyer representing us in the ongoing effort of the Commission of Inquire on crimes against humanity, Eritrea had 8978 (with a little margin of error) jailed people without KISSI (case) under different
Nairobi (AFP) - Eritrea has accused arch-rival Ethiopia of "sabre-rattling" and of threatening to invade, with the neighbours still in a tense standoff following a 1998-2000 border war.
Asmara's Ministry of Information said in a statement that war-like rhetoric from Ethiopia's main party in the ruling
The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power here to launch the Free the 20 campaign to draw attention to the plight of women political prisoners and other prisoners of concern. Throughout September, the department will highlight 20 individual cases of women prisoners from
Eritrea, as a country, is facing problems of forced depopulation internally and forced disconnection externally. Isayas’s policy of militarizing the country compelled the youth to live in ditches and their parents to carry guns and guard empty streets. The policy rendered living a peaceful and
IAN BIRRELL - The Independent
Sunday 30 August 2015
The Home Office has accepted assurances from Eritrea’s ruthless regime that any people returned home would be safe if they signed an apology and paid extra taxes
Eritrea is routinely called “Africa’s North Korea” for its repression, restrictions on daily
“The harder they come, the harder they fall” and the harder the dictatorship presses the society down, the stronger our people explode on its face at universal dimensions of the relationship. Every attempt to neutralize the Eritrean character has been efficiently challenged by the extraordinary
ROME (Reuters) - Some 50 migrants were found dead in the hold of a boat off the coast of Libya on Wednesday during a rescue operation which saved 430 other people, the Italian coast guard said.
A spokeswoman for the Italian coast guard said the Swedish
Colleen Barry, Associated Press journalist based in Italy working on a story about the difficulties in identifying migrants who perish at sea trying to reach Italy wants to talk to relatives who have been trying to find out if a family member had died in
Education is one of the most important national investments that has to be done to impact the life of people and their futurity. A radical societal transformation cannot be achieved without well synchronized educational system, but the standard of higher education is moving down. It
Guitar is the most complicated instrument in music to my understanding. Mood, tuning, temperature, state of mind and of course a little deviation from reality through the help of artificial intervention such as moderate alcohol matter in guitar like in operating any other musical instruments.
The Limits of Social Darwinism, Eritrean Social Ethics and Your
Personal Role in the Ouster of the “Bandit Regime” in Asmara
“OUR DESTINY IN OUR HANDS!”
TIMELINE OF OUR STRUGGLE: 6 months from now, conducting global elections at
To Haben Girma's grandmother, back in East Africa, it "seemed like magic." Her granddaughter, born deaf and blind, is a graduate of Harvard Law School and works as a civil rights attorney.
It's easy to understand why the grandmother feels that way. Years before, she had