Tewolde Reda: “Instead of Eritreans learning from their difficult past, TETSELILOM”
Comment: Indeed, TETSELILNA: we did not learn from the problems of division and eliminating one another during the struggle that unnecessarily made us dearly pay for 30 years as we find ourselves greatly divided refusing to unite
UK Parliamentary Questions on Eritrea
Religious Persecution and Human Rights:
Tuesday 13 - March -House of Commons– Written question
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Eritrea: Human Rights
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what recent assessment he has made of the (a) human rights
Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on Eritrea
Repeated Human Rights Council resolutions have condemned “in the strongest terms” the “systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations” by the Eritrean government. The Council has condemned violations including arbitrary detention, torture, sexual violence, religious oppression, denials of
PRESS RELEASE: 12TH MARCH 2018, THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Eritrean women residing in 10 different countries in Europe convened on 8-10th of March in The Hague, the Netherlands for a march from Central Station to the International Criminal Court (ICC)
As usual, I minded my business until my sons reminded me yesterday was March Eight, International Women's Day. They are good at remembering anniversaries and birthdays. So, we said "Happy March Eight" to the only female we have in the house. I don't think
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
When I was about to finish writing an article on peace, there was breaking news of the death of our elderly patriot Haji Musa in prison. Haji Musa Mohammed did not die in vain, he stood up and fought against injustices by different
Where I come from, young girls are told how to sit, how to smile and how to behave. That meant the many things my brothers could do, I could not because “that was not a girl’s thing” Like when my family bought bicycles for all
Life is a journey from point to point, although no one can guarantee the destination. We try something expecting to achieve something else within a specified time frame. Whether we accomplish the vision or not, we are conditioned to evaluate the journey in view of
Al Jazeera speaks to Eritreans in Israel who are facing a tough decision: deportation or imprisonment.
In January 2018, Israel approved a plan that asked asylum seekers to choose between indefinite detention in an Israeli prison or deportation to a third country in Africa.
Rwanda and Uganda are reported to be the countries accepting
The stands shake as fans break into song. Hundreds jump up and down, setting a much faster tempo than the play on the field.
This soccer stadium is in the heart of political opposition territory in Ethiopia. On a recent Sunday, thousands of supporters are sitting
BY BRIDGET BOAKYE, at 09:15 am, February 28, 2018, FEATURES
She is only 28 and is already the Vice President at Bain Capital, one of the world’s leading private multi-asset alternative investment firms with approximately $95 billion in assets under management. Meet Saron Tesfalul.
She specializes in consumer retail, working on
Israel stayed true to its promise of arresting and expelling African migrants last week after it detained seven Eritreans who refused to be deported to Rwanda.
Two refugee rights groups, the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants and Aid Organization for Refugees and Asylums seekers in Israel
About 15,000 protesters turned out Saturday on the streets of Tel Aviv to voice their opposition to the deportation of African asylum-seekers, many of them from Sudan and Eritrea.
The demonstration in south Tel Aviv was in the heart of the area where many Africans live