Abu Abdullah, a 20-year-old British Eritrean man who is a convert to Islam, told BBC Two's Newsnight programme he was "one of the few" British fighters to have fought in Iraq.
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Current Situation of Eritrea
Red Sea Afar people mainly youth and women are fleeing the country. This is not the routine fleeing the country experience, but new condition is that the daily number fleeing the repressive regime has increased significantly. The daily reports of persons fleeing
In my last article I mentioned only the light-weight crimes against the Eritrean people and disturbing the calm waters of our neigbouring countries like Ethiopia,The Sudan,Yemen and lately Djibouti at a high cost of lives. However weak the President seems to be at this moment,
AFP/ DONGOLA (Sudan) -
Hundreds of exhausted illegal migrants reached the safety of a northern Sudanese town Saturday after 10 people died when human traffickers abandoned them in the desert.
A convoy of trucks escorted by armed security forces delivered the migrants to Dongola after a journey of hundreds
By Kristy Siegfried
OHANNESBURG, 28 July 2014 (IRIN) - As the number of migrants and asylum seekers reaching southern Europe’s shores this year continues to climb - to about 75,000 at last count - so too does the death toll from attempts to cross the Mediterranean in
URGENT CALL FROM FRIENDS OF ASENA - AUSTRALIA
02 August 2014
Dear Friends of Asena in Australia,
As you probably already know, this is a volunteer opportunity to help the regular request from the Asena Media Foundation.
The Friends of Asena team from Australia requests you to join the
Performers criticized for military fundraising
By: Carol Sanders
For years, major Canadian cities have hosted Eritrean military bands that raised funds for a regime hundreds of thousands have fled.
This summer, they're not coming, after human rights advocates in Winnipeg complained to Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
"We can't be sure
Poverty, war and oppression at home as much as collapse of government authority in Tripoli has turned Libya into a conduit for exodus.
A boat overcrowded with migrants travelling from Libya drifts in the Mediterranean sea before a rescue operation by the Italian navy in June.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama – An Eritrean national was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in federal prison, followed by likely deportation, for his conviction earlier this year for possession and intent to distribute about a pound of cocaine, federal authorities announced.
Biniam Asghedom, 47, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge L. Scott
By Simon Allison
On the world map, there is no such thing as an 'ungoverned space,' bar the two poles and our woefully under-regulated oceans. It is a neat, practical system, where all land is accounted for and all people know where they belong. That's the theory,
An Eritrea man who is under international protection in Malta and his wife died in an accident during a bus journey from Sudan to Libya is appealing for help in order for his 3-year old son, who is alive in Libya, will be brought to
The numerous reactions to the latest pastoral letter by the four Catholic Bishops of Eritrea has prompted Assenna to explore the previous public interventions of the same institution for the period of over two decades since independence. Result: besides the three full- fledged pastoral letters