Dedication: I dedicate this work and the following articles to the vibrant YiAkl movement worldwide. I congratulate the movement for its latest historical conference in Dallas (December 2019).
Once more, my presentation on the Sudanese experience to democracy had to wait because of the current topics discussed
Assenna Foundation Board, working with our Barrister - Mishcon de Reya LLP, is actively seeking to gather addition information for the CPS, which the court can then consider at a three-hour hearing in February. To this end, we appeal for information from all justice seekers
Over two hours of CCTV and police body camera footage is today being scrutinized by the Crown Prosecution Service and barristers at 'silver circle' international law firm Mishcon de Raya following a magistrate’s instruction to further investigate the series of attacks by supporters of the Eritrean
by Petros Tesfagiorgis
Health care and schools for their children is a daily concern of all families everywhere. These sectors are essential for social and economic advancement. To close 29 health centres and schools is profoundly inhuman and shows the moral bankruptcy of the Eritrean regime.
A Photo of Eritrean Nationalists – Waiting for the “D-Day”
Today, Thursday, 12 December 2019, Jacob Ghebremehin pleaded guilty of assaulting the journalist, Amanuel Eyasu, at the Thames Magistrate Court, East London, UK. The case was brought by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). To help prepare
ETSUM ABRAHAM: ንማዕበል ይኣክል ትም ኢልካ ትስሕና
I had to postpone my work on transitional government, the Sudanese experience in this case because of an important matter in this article and hope you will read it fully.
But first, I remind all Deleytifithi to contribute something to
Dear Eritrean friends and supporters of Eritrean Justice Seekers,
We chose to stand and raise our voices today, to bring our concerns to the attention of the Norwegian Peace Nobel Committee and the International community about the misery and severities of the life of the Eritrean
Eritrean Regime Supporters Assault Another Journalist in London
On Tuesday 26th November, Amanuel Eyasu, the founder and editor of Assena Satellite TV, was attacked by Eritrean regime supporters at Putney Bridge Station, in London. He had been contacted by an Eritrean female residing in London who pretended to have information on the human rights
Legal Action Funding Appeal
On Tuesday, 26 November 2019 at 14:30 hours, the founder and editor of Assenna Foundation, Amanuel Eyasu, was physically assaulted by 4 or 5 PFDJ thugs at Putney Bridge Station, London. This is the second attak on journalists in London in 12