Eritrean police have arrested 32 Christians in the country's capital, Asmara, this month, including a newly married couple and 10 of their guests, according to World Watch Monitor (WWM).
Twenty were arrested last Sunday, March 25, all of whom remain in detention, WWM said.
The newly married man and
State-affiliated FANA Broadcasting Corporate (FBC) reported late Tuesday that the Ethiopian Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) had elected Abiy as its chairperson.
His rise to become Prime Minister – head of government – is premised on approval by the Front’s Council and subsequent approval by the parliament. Political
Folks, I went for Electrical Engineering in college and specialized in Solid State Engineering or Semiconductor Devices Fabrication Methods in graduate school to earn MSEE in 1989 from the State University of NY at Binghamton. I then earned MS in Information Systems from George Washington
Dr Nerayo Teclemikael 1941 – 2018
Dr Nerayo Teclemikael, 76, died peacefully at his home in Shoreline, Seattle, on Friday 16th March 2018 surrounded by his close family members. He died from a heart attack a condition that he had suffered from for several years.
Release March 16, 2018
Merger of Eritrean Global Solidarity (EGS) and Eritreans for Facilitating National Dialogue (EFND)
We are pleased to announce the merger of EGS and EFND to form Eritrean Global Solidarity for National Dialogue (EGSND).
After a year of intensive dialogue and conversation, the two civic societies, the EFND & EGS met
The Process of Nation Building and State Construction under Arrest in Eritrea: Unmasking the Evils of the Rapacious Regime
Gebre Gebremariam (Dr.)
As explained in Part I of this piece, over the last quarter of a century, Issaias has consolidated immense personal power through neo-patrimonial
Gebre Gebremariam (Dr.)
History attest to the fact that if any movement for democratic transition in Eritrea is to succeed, it will require the active participation of the people (mass of people) struggling in unison. However, people join a movement only when they perceive the movement
There is a common, yet grave, mistake that Eritreans make these days. They tend to equate the Rapacious Regime (PFDJ Regime) in Eritrea with the EPLF as if they were one and the same. The Rapacious Regime is an illegal and illegitimate entity that has