Legal & Moral Authority in Eritrea: Eritrean Regime and Religious Pluralism – IV
This essay will focus on the historical and cultural perspective of religious pluralism, tolerance in our area. It will also give some background to the intrusion of the Government of Eritrea in
Mother of alleged human trafficker travelled to Sicily from Eritrea to take test – which will not be accepted as evidence
The mother of a man accused of being one of the world’s most dangerous human traffickers travelled from Eritrea to Sicily to undergo a DNA test which
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
Hitsat Refugee camp: Thousands of Eritreans are languishing in refugee camps in Ethiopia and Sudan for years:
In 2014-2015 as part of EU strategy to stem the flow of refugees, the Eritrean regime promised the EU to limit the indefinite national service to
By Arkan Haile
The America of the moment feels a little different, not quite as free or brave. Nativism, xenophobia and isolationism have taken a firm hold of our politics, as reflected by the steady stream of new laws or proposals designed to wall off the world
A packed international conference took place in Brussels
There are "reasonable grounds to believe crimes against humanity are taking place”, stated Sheila Keetharuth, UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Eritrea, at a major high-ranking international staffed conference held in Brussels this week. The
It's fair to say things were not supposed to go this way at the Venice Marathon.
It would've been little surprise if Kenya's Gilbert Kipleting Chumba had won the race Sunday — or maybe it could have been his countryman David Kiprono Metto. And in fact,
he Turkish Coast Guard stopped 98 illegal immigrants from various countries as they were heading by boat to a nearby Greek island from the Turkish coast early Sunday.
Migrants from Syria, Iraq, Eritrea and Angola were brought to the port of Çeşme, a town in the
Do you know how the world looks on this side?
To refugees sitting in the dark rooms of deportation centers, let us tell them that we will sit with them in the dark and hold their hands until we can make it to help them see
We – Americans of Eritrean descent – are calling for the U.S. government to save 700 of our fellow Eritreans who are here in America from imminent torture or death at the hands of the brutal, dictatorial regime that rules Eritrea.
On September 13, 2017, the
Everything comes and goes but the worst thing in life is killing initiatives with reckless procrastination. Opportunities after all cannot survive without acceleration as we witnessed time and again in the Eritrean diary. The Voccaroian initiative for unity, for instance could have succeed by now
Everyone in Eritrea is desperate to flee, including the President’s son
OCTOBER 11, 2017 by ABRAHAM T. ZERE0
Image Credit: Joseph Bautista via Flickr Creative Commons
In today’s Eritrea, there is no difference between the jailer and the jailed. The political culture is so violent and desperate that the president’s own son attempted to escape the country.
President Isaias Afwerki’s
“Never stop fighting for what you believe in and never give up on your dreams.” That's Petros Tesfagherghis' advice – and the belief he lives by.
Petros is modest and unassuming. Asked about his own successes and difficulties – including twice fleeing his home country of
Pro-justice Eritrean American residents in the Washington, DC region have successfully persuaded US authorities to block Yemane Gebreab, Head of Political Affairs and Presidential Advisor, from headlining a meeting organized by the Eritrean government and its sympathizers.
The meeting was scheduled at the Doubletree Hotel Crystal
The World Council of Churches (WCC) has said it will pray and work for peace between Eritrea and Ethiopia in an attempt to partake in the resolution of a longstanding border dispute.
This was disclosed by a WCC delegation that visited the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church last month