A false rumour that men in Eritrea would be legally obliged to marry at least two women went viral this week. But it's a hoax that has hit at least four countries to date, and actually began in Iraq, where it wasn't as implausible as
Testimony: I saw two sets of the president’s latest interview available at MESKEREM and ignored them because of the deceptive and monotonous pattern of his speeches. I had no time for that BS nor did I have the courage to see that boring mustache on
Eritrean refugee Ezedin Osman, 29 of Nottingham City Centre tells his story during a special Beestonian Film Club hosted in partnership with Notts Alternative Film Network at Cafe Roya in Wollaton Road, Beeston
Eritrean refugee Ezedin Osman arrived in Britain after months crossing mountains, two seas
I have been aware of something that I will like to bring to your kind attention.
The PFDJ has started a new tactic to threaten activists. Through one of YPFDJ leaders, it has accused a justice-seeking activist in a court of law. An ex-YPFDJ leader
Berhane G. Hailemichael
I am a simple man of little beginning who has enjoyed the compassion and loveliness of humanity and nature. My growth experience has shown me that regardless of background, location or education, you can still achieve your dreams. All we need is
heads of state. Leaders such as Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo and José Eduardo dos Santos have been in power for over 30 years.
It’s also a continent of change. Across Africa, 25 presidents have held office for five years or less. A dozen presidents have assumed
The southern African nation of Angola has reported some 23 cases of yellow fever that resulted in seven deaths in Viana municipality, according to local media Friday.
Health minister, José Van-Dunem said during a press conference in Luanda that the first case was reported on 5 December 2015 in
Report says Home Office guidance that it was safe to send Eritreans home is based largely on discredited Danish report
The Home Office is using misleading and biased information to decide the fate of Eritrean asylum seekers, an independent report has found, as its author claims
The Eritrean Embassy in Saudi Arabia forced all Eritrean passport holders in Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Jezan, Abha and Khemis Mushait to sign on a standard letter produced by the regime to discredit the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea report, and thwart
Allah may give the wicked many chances to remorse and shape up but does not guarantee them everlasting support; rather leaves them face the consequence of the sins at the end of their melancholic role in society. God does his magic in mysterious ways when
18 January 2016 at 13:54pm
By: Mercedes Sayagues
Eritrea is losing its youth through mass migration. But what is everyone fleeing, asks Mercedes Sayagues.
There is something odd in the camps hosting Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia and Sudan. Generally, refugee camps in Africa burst with women and children