According to demo.assenna.com sources, Mr Simon Mehari from Office of the President of Eritrea, who accompanied President Isaias Afewerki to the 25th Franco-African Summit, which was held from May 31 to June 1 in the city of Nice, in France, sought political asylum in Europe.

According to demo.assenna.com sources, Mr Simon Mehari from Office of the President of Eritrea, who accompanied President Isaias Afewerki to the 25th Franco-African Summit, which was held from May 31 to June 1 in the city of Nice, in France, sought political asylum in Europe.

Nile

Four countries yesterday signed a treaty that would pave way for equitable use of the River Nile waters. However, Egypt and Sudan refused to put pen to paper on the treaty that would end their near-absolute rights on the use of the Nile.

Nile

Four countries yesterday signed a treaty that would pave way for equitable use of the River Nile waters. However, Egypt and Sudan refused to put pen to paper on the treaty that would end their near-absolute rights on the use of the Nile.

Atlanta, Georgia (NIM) May 13, 2010 –Reputable sources in Eritrea have recently apprised Nehemiah International Ministry (NIM), that eleven evangelical Christians from Faith Church of Christ have been jailed while they were conducting a private worship service on May 9, 2010 in Maitemenai area.

Atlanta, Georgia (NIM) May 13, 2010 –Reputable sources in Eritrea have recently apprised Nehemiah International Ministry (NIM), that eleven evangelical Christians from Faith Church of Christ have been jailed while they were conducting a private worship service on May 9, 2010 in Maitemenai area.

By Jeremy Clarke
NAIROBI, May 13 (Reuters) – Mining companies should be deterred from working in Eritrea and banned from raising capital or listing their securities in the United States due to Eritrea’s rights abuse record, a U.S.-commissioned report said. The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) said Eritrea’s systematic violation of religious freedoms should mean prohibitive restrictions for foreign firms joining the nation’s impending gold mining boom.

By Jeremy Clarke
NAIROBI, May 13 (Reuters) – Mining companies should be deterred from working in Eritrea and banned from raising capital or listing their securities in the United States due to Eritrea’s rights abuse record, a U.S.-commissioned report said. The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) said Eritrea’s systematic violation of religious freedoms should mean prohibitive restrictions for foreign firms joining the nation’s impending gold mining boom.

RSFAs World Press Freedom Day was being celebrated on 3 May, Eritrea continued to be the world’s worst country for journalists with around 30 currently held incommunicado in the most inhumane conditions and more arrests still being made, such as that of Said Abdulhai, one of the country’s most famous journalists, in the last week of March.