Reporters Without Borders (www.rsf.org)
23 September 2014
Swedish prosecutor abandons journalist imprisoned in Eritrea
The prosecutor has declined to pursue the case of a journalist with Eritrean and Swedish citizenship held in Eritrea since 2001
Reporters Without Borders is appalled that the Swedish judicial authorities are abandoning Dawit
A response to the diatribe of Sophia T/M endorsed by Canadian prof Max Forte on his blog
We are among an international group of researchers – social scientists, historians, legal scholars and journalists – with decades of experience working on the Horn of Africa country of
EMDHR 18 SEPTEMBER STATEMENT
Today marks the 13th year since 11 of the members of the G-15, high ranking officials and prominent leaders of the EPLF were arbitrarily arrested after they called for the implementation of the 1997 ratified constitution. Their arrests were preceded and followed
About 500 migrants are feared dead after their ship was rammed by another boat near Malta last week, a migration body said.
Two Palestinian survivors told the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) that the boat had been intentionally sunk by traffickers.
They said the boat had left
Libyan navy officials say only 26 people have been rescued so far on vessel carrying up to 250 migrants.
Last updated: 15 Sep 2014 09:08
A boat filled with up to 250 migrants heading for Europe has sunk off the Libyan coast and many passengers have died, a spokesman