Daniel Kibrom, a journalist employed by Eritrea’s state-owned Eri TV, has been held since October 2006 in a prison camp in the south of the country, where he is serving a sentence of five years of forced labour for trying to cross the border into Ethiopia, Reporters Without Borders has learned from a former prison interrogator who fled the country a year ago.

Daniel Kibrom, a journalist employed by Eritrea’s state-owned Eri TV, has been held since October 2006 in a prison camp in the south of the country, where he is serving a sentence of five years of forced labour for trying to cross the border into Ethiopia, Reporters Without Borders has learned from a former prison interrogator who fled the country a year ago.

Reporters Without Borders has learned from local sources that Tura
Kubaba, a journalist with the Kunama-language service of state-owned
Radio Dimtsi Hafash (“Voice of the Masses”), has been detained in
Eritrea since the second half of 2006 and disappeared last year within
the country’s prison system.

Reporters Without Borders has learned from local sources that Tura
Kubaba, a journalist with the Kunama-language service of state-owned
Radio Dimtsi Hafash (“Voice of the Masses”), has been detained in
Eritrea since the second half of 2006 and disappeared last year within
the country’s prison system.