On the 1st of February, 2013, Eritreans from all over the United Kingdom flocked in numbers to London to take part in the second round demonstration that took place in front of the PFDJ embassy, in support of the 21st January Eritrean Defense Forces courageous
Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.
The most fantasy panorama witnessed in
Dedicted to Dr. Asefaw Tekeste
by Fetsum Abraham
I was pleased to see Dr. Assefaw Tekeste in the last Assenna interview, yet I apologize for not sharing my first impression of him in my last article. It was in 1990 when our struggle already had Massawa under
Despite the heavy snow, Eritrean Canadians came out to highlight the plight of Eritrean refugees and to express support to the heroic movement of the Eritrean Armed Forces for democratic change in Eritrea.
February 2, 2013 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir returned home on Saturday from Eritrea where he held talks with president Isaias Afewerki.
The state minister in the foreign affairs ministry Salah Wansi said that Bashir discussed recent developments in Eritrea following a move
By Aaron Maasho
ADDIS ABABA | Sat Feb 2, 2013 6:43pm GMT
(Reuters) - Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia demonstrated on Saturday in support of soldiers who forced state media in the Eritrean capital Asmara to call for all political prisoners to be freed.
Dissident Eritrean soldiers with tanks stormed the
Neither the Mercenary group from Tigrai nor his Karma can save Afwerki except
by Fetsum Abraham
I closely followed Assenna's interview with brothers Doctor Assefaw and General Tekeste Haile, two dedicated Eritreans who served our struggle for independence to only look the country from distance as a
Doha: The Eritrean government has blocked Al Jazeera channel in the country, Al Sharq reported yesterday. The ban comes in the wake of reports that were aired by the Doha-based news network about dissident soldiers that seized the Eritrean information ministry in January.
In solidarity with
Dan Connell The Boston Globe
Last week, soldiers in one of Africa’s most closed and repressive nations — Eritrea — occupied the country’s Ministry of Information and issued demands. The pattern was a familiar one. News spread quickly that a coup was underway. But feisty little