The state of Eritrea is now in a dysfunctional status by all standards of measurement, and must be saved.
When the Eritrean independence was realized in 1991, after over 30 years of torturous war with Ethiopia, hundreds of thousands of human lives and untold material values
In our series of letters from African journalists, film-maker and columnist Farai Sevenzo considers why Eritreans endanger themselves so much to reach Europe.
The Mediterranean is fast becoming a massive watery grave for Africans.
Another 500 reportedly drowned off the coast of Italy the other week, while
If I was President of Eritrea for a day
Let me ask you this If you were President for a day, what would you do?
If I was President of Eritrea for a day I would have done this:
First thing in the morning I would have set
Reporters Without Borders (www.rsf.org)
23 September 2014
Swedish prosecutor abandons journalist imprisoned in Eritrea
The prosecutor has declined to pursue the case of a journalist with Eritrean and Swedish citizenship held in Eritrea since 2001
Reporters Without Borders is appalled that the Swedish judicial authorities are abandoning Dawit
A response to the diatribe of Sophia T/M endorsed by Canadian prof Max Forte on his blog
We are among an international group of researchers – social scientists, historians, legal scholars and journalists – with decades of experience working on the Horn of Africa country of
EMDHR 18 SEPTEMBER STATEMENT
Today marks the 13th year since 11 of the members of the G-15, high ranking officials and prominent leaders of the EPLF were arbitrarily arrested after they called for the implementation of the 1997 ratified constitution. Their arrests were preceded and followed