By The Associated Press | Jan. 26, 2015
In rare move, the state-run Al-Ahram newspaper directly criticizes the Egyptian president; calls on him to guarantee public safety.
In an unusually critical column, the chairman of Egypt's state-run daily Al-Ahram newspaper has specifically called out the country's president
Sad, Unfortunate, Bitter Truth
Eritrea is Africa’s North Korea
The following manuscript is a hasty response to a blog I read couple days ago. It was prepared by a 'Senior Editor' and MPA/ID candidate at Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government titled “The Unknown Africa - Eritrea:
"The 26-year-old suspect is also thought to be from Eritrea, quelling rumors that the murder was a hate crime"
About a week after an Eritrean refugee was found dead in his apartment, an arrest warrant has been issued for his roommate. The incident has raised questions
Pope Francis has established a new Eastern Catholic Church for Eritrea, the first since the early 20th century, in what may be a move to ease the position of Catholics in the country.
Roman Catholicism is one of the four religions tolerated in Eritrea, along with
Two human tragedies will forever scar Eritreans’ memories of the past decade, during which hundreds of thousands fled repression and despair in their homeland to seek sanctuary in more open, democratic societies: the brutal kidnapping, torture and ransom of refugees in the Egyptian Sinai and
To all Eritrean Refugees in Sudan and All Others Having Concern
UNHCR/Sudan has asked us to inform you of a phone number that is being tested there as a hotline for urgent situations involving refugees.
This line is to be used ONLY for urgent situations involving refugees
Eritreans in the UK have asserted their readiness to expose violations of human rights taking place in Eritrea, during public meetings organised by a consortium of Eritrean human rights organisations.
As part of its activities aimed at promoting a better understanding of the United a Nation's