May 17, 2009 (KHARTOUM) – The Eritrean president Isaias Afewerki launched an unprecedented attack on the ex-Southern rebel group Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM).

The pro-government Al-Rayaam newspaper quoted Afewerki in an interview to be published this week as saying that “corruption in South Sudan is no secret”.

 

May 17, 2009 (KHARTOUM) – The Eritrean president Isaias Afewerki launched an unprecedented attack on the ex-Southern rebel group Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM).

The pro-government Al-Rayaam newspaper quoted Afewerki in an interview to be published this week as saying that “corruption in South Sudan is no secret”.

 

Swedish citizens with their origin in Eritrea sometimes are forced to pay two percent of their net income in tax to the Eritrean government writes Expressen. That is of course in addition to the ordinary Swedish taxes. The Eritrean embassy collects the lists of income for the tax office, that information is public.

Swedish citizens with their origin in Eritrea sometimes are forced to pay two percent of their net income in tax to the Eritrean government writes Expressen. That is of course in addition to the ordinary Swedish taxes. The Eritrean embassy collects the lists of income for the tax office, that information is public.

Nine Eritrean army officers were killed in a surprise air attack on January 12 while traveling to Egypt, leading a convoy of 17 trucks full of arms that was to be smuggled to Hamas, late reports coming from Asmara indicated. The report disclosed that a colonel, Afwerqi Mosazgi, six Majors and two captains are among the 39 Sudanese and Egyptian associates killed in the attack.

Nine Eritrean army officers were killed in a surprise air attack on January 12 while traveling to Egypt, leading a convoy of 17 trucks full of arms that was to be smuggled to Hamas, late reports coming from Asmara indicated. The report disclosed that a colonel, Afwerqi Mosazgi, six Majors and two captains are among the 39 Sudanese and Egyptian associates killed in the attack.

The Ethiopian opposition army which have been salvaged, trained and mentored by the Eritrean regime and still continues to recruit new members is organized as a reserve guard to defend President Issias Afwerqi in an event an uprising arises, a senior Ethiopian opposition leader told our source in Asmara under a condition of anonymity. According to the source, Issias met the various opposition leaders separately in December 2008 during which he complained to them that his generals and ministries are untrustworthy who are opposed to the existence of the opposition forces in Eritrea and their goals and then asked them to stand firmly by his side to win their fight.

The Ethiopian opposition army which have been salvaged, trained and mentored by the Eritrean regime and still continues to recruit new members is organized as a reserve guard to defend President Issias Afwerqi in an event an uprising arises, a senior Ethiopian opposition leader told our source in Asmara under a condition of anonymity. According to the source, Issias met the various opposition leaders separately in December 2008 during which he complained to them that his generals and ministries are untrustworthy who are opposed to the existence of the opposition forces in Eritrea and their goals and then asked them to stand firmly by his side to win their fight.

Eritrean Youth for Change (EYC) invites all Eritreans to its next sixth meeting. EYC is a civic and human right association of Eritrean Youth based in the Bay Area advocating for, among others, the implementation of the 1997 ratified Constitution.“Come and share your thoughts and

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Eritrean Youth for Change (EYC) invites all Eritreans to its next sixth meeting. EYC is a civic and human right association of Eritrean Youth based in the Bay Area advocating for, among others, the implementation of the 1997 ratified Constitution.“Come and share your thoughts and

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Forced relocation is in a way eviction or forced removal of people from their farm land or land owner ship by what ever means. The removals of large population or communities from their farm lands by their government rather than those induced by natural factors or disasters such as fires, floods, earthquakes or wars are officially sanctioned act which has many harmful consequences for the affected groups and it is usually violent and socially, economically or ethnically disastrous.

Forced relocation is in a way eviction or forced removal of people from their farm land or land owner ship by what ever means. The removals of large population or communities from their farm lands by their government rather than those induced by natural factors or disasters such as fires, floods, earthquakes or wars are officially sanctioned act which has many harmful consequences for the affected groups and it is usually violent and socially, economically or ethnically disastrous.

Members of the Eritrean security forces who came in to Hollywood Internet Café in the capital Asmara, in their plain clothes to disguise themselves as service users have arrested three youth on 26th of December 2008, after blaming them for accessing opposition websites.

Members of the Eritrean security forces who came in to Hollywood Internet Café in the capital Asmara, in their plain clothes to disguise themselves as service users have arrested three youth on 26th of December 2008, after blaming them for accessing opposition websites.

Malta struck a somewhat dubious friendship this week with Eritrea – a country with no recognisable rule of law or respect for human rights, known for torturing dissidents, holding thousands of prisoners of conscience incommunicado, outlawing opposition parties, and imprisoning members of religious groups, journalists and citizens attempting to evade forced military conscription.

Malta struck a somewhat dubious friendship this week with Eritrea – a country with no recognisable rule of law or respect for human rights, known for torturing dissidents, holding thousands of prisoners of conscience incommunicado, outlawing opposition parties, and imprisoning members of religious groups, journalists and citizens attempting to evade forced military conscription.

In unusually uncooperative and daring response to the Ambassador’s appeal, both members of PFDJ and non members told him that, they are tired of the government’s endless demand for money while it totally ignores the community’s request for basic information about the economic and political situation in the country.