What is US government’s understanding of UNSCR- 2023?
By Seyoum Tesfaye
For those who did not see it I would like to share this information with purpose of laying the foundation for the legal campaign we need to wage to concretize Resolution1907 and 2023 and other relevant
Kind Appeal on the Conditions of Persecuted Christians in Eritrea
I would like to invite your kind and immediate attention the pathetic conditions of the persecuted Christians in Eritrea.
“The Detained Patriarch, Persecuted Christians and a Dying Church”
I would like to shed some light into the
By Hailemriam T. Tesfai
February 4, 2012
It is really unfortunate that Mr. Saleh “Gadi”Johar chose such an abrasive title for his article which he may have honestly intended to convey a meaningful and constructive criticism. His recent article written on February 1, 2012 titled
The Legal Struggle against PFDJ – Part-two
By Seyoum Tesfaye
From January 23 to 30, 2012 the 18 Ordinary Session Summit of the African Union took place in Addis Ababa with about 40 national leaders attending the historic gathering. Beyond the glory and glamour of the summit
The Eritrean government allocates a big sum of its estimated 300-million US dollar-worth of Diaspora taxes to propaganda and news media structures to misinform and suppress the people. In contrast, democratic Eritrean media outlets often face financial hardships making it hard to continue waging effective
What has prompted me to write under the theme “Re-branding of the opposition” for this article is Mr Mohammed Ismail’s article titled “Be part of the change”
The term change has become a practice that has widespread throughout the world- but its relevance has never been
By Manuel Gamiz Jr., The Morning Call
Hagos F. Mezgebo, an African refugee living and working in Allentown, had been out with friends last month celebrating the start of his holidays with a few drinks in a bar at Ninth and Chew streets.
Around the same time,