The Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea (COI) is a UN commissioned body with a mandate to shed light on the human rights violations being perpetrated by the Eritrean government against its people. It is carrying out its mandate by collecting oral and
Here we go again, another new year with the same resolution. It’s that time again to promise oneself to stop bad habits or addictions and set your goals for a better and prosperous year.
As for me, it’s the same addiction again, going through the Eritrean
December 28, 2015
Hey, all you Abyssinians out there. While you are wasting time squabbling with each other and not talking to each other, the governments of the Arabian Peninsula are eating your lunch.
Have you noticed that warships from the United Arab Emirates are operating out
It is sometimes difficult to know whether we are subscribing a depraved life or, a depraved time is reigning over us. I don't know, quite frankly! How did we Eritreans change from a God fearing, peaceful, loving and morally apt, into an easily led and
As we now approach the eve of the New Year 2016, one would reasonably ask the following two appropriate questions, in regards to the besieged state of Eritrea:
What is the most important new change that we, as Eritreans, would like to see on the
Amanuel Iyasu’s recent appearances including in SEMER pal talk room was a step forward to the struggle that now appears in the stage of crystallizing the grassroots based bottom up strategy towards democracy. It was a very interesting dialogue with the crowd on the current
ROME (RNS) Gospel singer Helen Berhane found new life in Europe after fleeing Eritrea, where she was locked in a shipping container and tortured for her religious beliefs.
Berhane, who was released in 2006 after spending 32 months in custody, spoke recently at a Rome conference
Canada's immigration minister remains confident the government will meet its target to bring in 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of February.
But members of Edmonton's Eritrean community are worried the response to the crisis in Syria means refugees from their homeland will be forced to wait
An appeal for Amnesty to the prisoners of conscience in Eritrea: implications of the change of geo-politics in the Horn
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
On behalf of concerned Eritreans and the justice loving people the world over I ask President Isaias Afewerki to give amnesty to the
His Grace Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom issued the following statement yesterday:
After having received confirmation of the death of Abune Dioskoros, we pray for his repose and for the faithful of our sister Eritrean Orthodox Church. This
The Associated Press
HELSINKI - A Swedish court has sentenced an Eritrean asylum-seeker to life in prison for stabbing a 55-year-old woman and her adult son to death.
The Svea Court of Appeal says the 36-year-old man, Abraham Ukbagabir, had confessed to the Aug. 10 stabbings at
Eyewitnesses have confirmed that Muslim passengers shielded Christians in the Mandera-bound bus that was attacked by suspected Al-Shabaab militants on Monday morning.
Mandera Governor Ali Roba who spoke to theNation by phone from outside the country said the local passengers stood together with the non-locals refusing
The concept and spirit of Nationalism VS Young Eritreans in the Diaspora
Nationalism is a feeling or real mental force that people of a country of common
origin, culture, language, value system and ideals, who portray an extraordinary loyalty, devotion and sense of affinity