A seminar organised by the PFDJ’s European-Eritrean National Women’s
Union planned for September 27, 2008 at the London Irish centre has
been cancelled by administration of the centre as its mission has been
contradictory to the principles of the Irish Centre; which is promoting
peace and democracy.

A seminar organised by the PFDJ’s European-Eritrean National Women’s
Union planned for September 27, 2008 at the London Irish centre has
been cancelled by administration of the centre as its mission has been
contradictory to the principles of the Irish Centre; which is promoting
peace and democracy.

Sunday, 21 September 2008 08:18 Eritrean Refugees at Shimelba refugee
camp in Ethiopia Source : Delina(Aksum 14-09-08)- A Release-Eritrea
delegation visiting Shimelba refugee camp in the North of Ethiopia has
learnt that, inhabitants of the camp have been notified that they have
been approved for resettlement in the United States of America.

Sunday, 21 September 2008 08:18 Eritrean Refugees at Shimelba refugee
camp in Ethiopia Source : Delina(Aksum 14-09-08)- A Release-Eritrea
delegation visiting Shimelba refugee camp in the North of Ethiopia has
learnt that, inhabitants of the camp have been notified that they have
been approved for resettlement in the United States of America.

Pectoral report of the demonstration held in Brussels, in front of the European Union Headquarters by Eritrean Civic & Opposition Organisations gathered from all over Europe on 18/09/08 to call the EU to exert muximam pressure on the dictatorial regime in Eritrea.

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Pectoral report of the demonstration held in Brussels, in front of the European Union Headquarters by Eritrean Civic & Opposition Organisations gathered from all over Europe on 18/09/08 to call the EU to exert muximam pressure on the dictatorial regime in Eritrea.

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On the eve of the seventh anniversary of the start of a wave of round-ups on 18 September 2001, Reporters Without Borders appeals to each of the European Union’s 27 members to publicly endorse the organisation’s call for the most senior members of the Eritrean government and military to be declared personae non gratae.

On the eve of the seventh anniversary of the start of a wave of round-ups on 18 September 2001, Reporters Without Borders appeals to each of the European Union’s 27 members to publicly endorse the organisation’s call for the most senior members of the Eritrean government and military to be declared personae non gratae.