Eritrea LybiaIn mid January 2010, there was a concerted plan to deport Eritreans from Libyan detention centres back to Eritrea; there is no doubt that the Eritrean Embassy orchestrated this new horrifying development. This fact was made public at the time thanks to the cooperative work of Eritreans in Tripoli and in diaspora and with the help of all international humanitarian organizations, journalists and interested individuals.

Eritrean Detainees express their appreciation and thank all Eritrean civic originations, Media outlets, political parties, Eritrean individuals , international NGO’s, Governments and friends of Eritrea for working tirelessly to halt the planned Eritrean immigrant deportation from Libya.

Eritrean Detainees express their appreciation and thank all Eritrean civic originations, Media outlets, political parties, Eritrean individuals , international NGO’s, Governments and friends of Eritrea for working tirelessly to halt the planned Eritrean immigrant deportation from Libya.

Source: Human Rights Watch
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(New York) – Libyan authorities are giving Eritrean officials access to Eritrean migrants, including many asylum seekers who are being detained in Libya, violating their right to seek asylum, Human Rights Watch said today. Â This development also suggests that the asylum seekers may be in danger of being forcibly returned to Eritrea.

Source: Human Rights Watch
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(New York) – Libyan authorities are giving Eritrean officials access to Eritrean migrants, including many asylum seekers who are being detained in Libya, violating their right to seek asylum, Human Rights Watch said today. Â This development also suggests that the asylum seekers may be in danger of being forcibly returned to Eritrea.

We, Board Members of the Eritrean Youth for Change (“EYC”), write to you on behalf of members of our organization to express our grave concerns over the fragile situation of more than 100 Eritrean refugees who have been detained at SHurma Prison camp in Libya and ask for your intervention and support to stop their return and repatriation with out their choice.

We, Board Members of the Eritrean Youth for Change (“EYC”), write to you on behalf of members of our organization to express our grave concerns over the fragile situation of more than 100 Eritrean refugees who have been detained at SHurma Prison camp in Libya and ask for your intervention and support to stop their return and repatriation with out their choice.

According to information coming out of the detention centers in Libya, taking advantage of the festive mood in the west, the Eritrean embassy there has been visiting several prisons in the country, with the aim of picking up “selected individuals” in its “wanted list”.

According to information coming out of the detention centers in Libya, taking advantage of the festive mood in the west, the Eritrean embassy there has been visiting several prisons in the country, with the aim of picking up “selected individuals” in its “wanted list”.