ዓዉደ – መጽናዕቲ ኤርትራዉያን ሞያዉያን5 – 10 መስከረም 2011

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ከምቲ ኣብ ማዕከናት ዜና ኪቓላሕ ዚቐነየ፡ኣብታ ርአሰ-ከተማ ኢትዮጰያ ዝኾነት አዲስ ኣበባ፡ ዝተፈላለየ ሞያን ድሕረ ባይታንዘሎዎም ኤርትራዉያን፡ ዓዉደ መጽናዕቲ ኣካይዶም ነይሮም፡፡ ኣብዚ ዓውደ -መጽናዕቲ ከኣ ተሳቲፈ ነይረ፡፡ ነዚ መድረኽ እዚ ዝፈጠረ መንግስቲ ኢትዮጵያ ኮይኑ፡ኤርትራዊ ሃገራዊ ኮሚሸን ንዲሞክራሲያዊ ለዉጢድማ ነቲ መደብ ኣወሃሂዱ፡፡ ሓፈሻዊ ዕላማ ናይዚ ዓዉደ-መጽናዕቲ፡ መንግስቲ ኢትዮጵያ እንተ ብቐጥታ እንተ ብተዘዋዋሪ … more

How the youth can save Eritrea

History has proved that rights are things that you have to fight for. Thanks for the PFDJ regime that they eventually have persuaded the majority of Eritreans that rights are not conferred but they have to struggle for. … more

Mediterranean Tragedy burdens South Eritrea

The Town of Senafe and the surrounding villages are completely devastated by the tragedy of the Mediterranean Sea after overcrowded boats were mysteriously sunk as a result of which 400 Eritreans are believed to have drowned. Sources from the capital of Eritrea, Asmara, indicated that so far, close to 90 … more

Mediterranean Tragedy burdens South Eritrea

The Town of Senafe and the surrounding villages are completely devastated by the tragedy of the Mediterranean Sea after overcrowded boats were mysteriously sunk as a result of which 400 Eritreans are believed to have drowned. Sources from the capital of Eritrea, Asmara, indicated that so far, close to 90 … more

Eritrea: Africa’s Human Rights Black Hole

Eritrea, one of the youngest countries on earth, is quickly emerging as one of the largest violators of human rights. Born in 1993 out of a brutal and hard-fought 30-year war with Ethiopia, Eritrean President Isayas Afewerki wasted little time in rewarding his beleaguered nation of five million people with … more

Mass Arrest of Christians in Eritrea

By Michael Ireland Correspondent, ASSIST News Service WASHINGTON, DC (ANS) – Eritrean officials arrested 30 Christians for praying at a private house in Asmara, the capital on January 2. Some of the Christians were only recently released after being detained for their faith. … more

WikileaksCables: IS ERITREA UNRAVELLING ?

The cable dispatched by the US Ambassador in Asmara, on 05 March 2009, covers the exodus of the Eritrean youth; the regime’s ‘Political Capital’; the failing ‘War Economy’; gold mining; antagonism towards the US; the sufferings of the Eritrean people; prospects for change including reports of mutinous behaviour from within … more