Dawit The Association of Eritrean Journalists in Exile (AEJE) would like to express its gratitude to the Norwegian Authors’ Union for giving an Award to Mr. Dawit Isaak, an Eritrean journalist who has been languished in prison since September 23, 2001.

Dawit The Association of Eritrean Journalists in Exile (AEJE) would like to express its gratitude to the Norwegian Authors’ Union for giving an Award to Mr. Dawit Isaak, an Eritrean journalist who has been languished in prison since September 23, 2001.

Sources from Asmara confirm the arrest of Said Abdulhai, a well-known Eritrean journalist and official, by the Eritrean authorities. He was arrested last week. The reasons of his arrest are not yet known. But the Eritrean government is widely known for being the “Enemy of the Press”.

Sources from Asmara confirm the arrest of Said Abdulhai, a well-known Eritrean journalist and official, by the Eritrean authorities. He was arrested last week. The reasons of his arrest are not yet known. But the Eritrean government is widely known for being the “Enemy of the Press”.

HadasPresident Issias impliedly admitted that he could be target of the international tribunals hunt for war criminals and said he would stand by Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir’s side. “Since this movement [warrant] of the International Criminal Court is not going to be limited to President Al-Bashir alone but is designed to target all nations of the region, we oppose to it by standing on the Sudanese side,” Haddas Eritrea, the government’s daily paper, quoted Issias.

HadasPresident Issias impliedly admitted that he could be target of the international tribunals hunt for war criminals and said he would stand by Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir’s side. “Since this movement [warrant] of the International Criminal Court is not going to be limited to President Al-Bashir alone but is designed to target all nations of the region, we oppose to it by standing on the Sudanese side,” Haddas Eritrea, the government’s daily paper, quoted Issias.