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By Petros Tesfagiorgis
On 31/10/2017 the students of Al Diaa Islamic School marched from Akria to the City Centre, angered by the decision of the regime to take ownership of the school and imprison the 92 years old Haji Musa Nur, the chairman of school board,
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Several high ranking officials from the ministry fled the country. This included among others Mr. Abdella Mohammed Osman, head of the
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Thirteen Eritrean air force and navy cadets
Press Release EACOR:
STATEMENT CONDEMNING THE SHOOTINGS OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS IN ASMARA
We, Eritrean American Civic Organization Raleigh & Environs strongly condemn the recent shootings of peaceful civilian protesters on 31st October 2017 in Asmara the capital of Eritrea.
The protest took place after the regime arbitrary arrest of