December 20, 2014
A lot has been said about the atrocities committed by the Eritrean regime and articles with similar content have been published before in this kind of platforms. However, the content of this article might be different in a sense that it
Eritrean refugees and asylum seekers march through Copenhagen to denounce the results of Denmark's controversial fact-finding mission to the east African country.
The Danish Immigration Services (Udlændingestyrelsen - DIS) report on Eritrea that has led to hefty debate and heavy criticism brought protesters to the streets
Early day motion slams mining companies for using forced labour in collusion with repressive Eritrean government and adding to the country’s human exodus
Western mining companies operating in Eritrea are reducing workers to “abject slavery” at their mines and worsening a human exodus that is driving
(Brussels, December 17, 2014) – A Danish immigration report on Eritrea that suggests changing refugee policy for Eritrean asylum seekers is deeply flawed. Denmark and other European governments should await the outcome of the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea, established in June 2014,
(Reuters) - Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir claimed victory over the International Criminal Court on Saturday after it shelved further investigation of war crimes in Darfur, and reaffirmed his hard line on the rebel region.
The Hague-based court indicted Bashir in 2009 for war crimes, crimes against
Denmark admits 'doubts' about Eritrea report
The Danish Immigration Service's fact-finding report on Eritrea has been under heavy fire since its release and the agency now says that the feedback "raises doubts" and that Eritreans can expect to be "granted asylum in many cases".
The Eritrean regime
Youssouf has said that his country enjoys "excellent" relations with all its neighbors – except Eritrea.
Djiboutian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Ali Youssouf has said that his country enjoys "excellent" relations with all its neighbors – except Eritrea.
"There has been no major breakthrough with regard to relations between