(AFP) – An Eritrean rebel group said Tuesday it killed 17 government soldiers and injured more than 20 others in an attack on military barracks.
“The attack was carried out in Fura in central Dankalia (region) at 5:00 am (0800 GMT) on February 15,” Yassin Mohammed, spokesman of the Red Sea Afars Democratic Organisation (RSADO), told AFP in a phone interview.

(AFP) – An Eritrean rebel group said Tuesday it killed 17 government soldiers and injured more than 20 others in an attack on military barracks.
“The attack was carried out in Fura in central Dankalia (region) at 5:00 am (0800 GMT) on February 15,” Yassin Mohammed, spokesman of the Red Sea Afars Democratic Organisation (RSADO), told AFP in a phone interview.

AFP  — An Eritrean rebel group said Tuesday it killed 17 government soldiers and injured more than 20 others in an attack on military barracks.”The attack was carried out in Fura in central Dankalia (region) at 5:00 am (0800 GMT) on February 15,” Yassin Mohammed, spokesman of the Red Sea Afars Democratic Organisation (RSADO), told AFP in a phone interview.

AFP  — An Eritrean rebel group said Tuesday it killed 17 government soldiers and injured more than 20 others in an attack on military barracks.”The attack was carried out in Fura in central Dankalia (region) at 5:00 am (0800 GMT) on February 15,” Yassin Mohammed, spokesman of the Red Sea Afars Democratic Organisation (RSADO), told AFP in a phone interview.

Reporters Without Borders- Press release
4 December 2009
ETHIOPIA – Weekly forced to stop publishing, its journalists flee abroad
Reporters Without Borders condemns the climate of fear to which Ethiopia’s independent media are currently exposed. The Addis Ababa-based weekly Addis Neger suspended publication today after several of its editors fled the country in the past few days because they were afraid they would be arrested.

Reporters Without Borders- Press release
4 December 2009
ETHIOPIA – Weekly forced to stop publishing, its journalists flee abroad
Reporters Without Borders condemns the climate of fear to which Ethiopia’s independent media are currently exposed. The Addis Ababa-based weekly Addis Neger suspended publication today after several of its editors fled the country in the past few days because they were afraid they would be arrested.