HRCPLEASE HELP TO STOP THESE BRUTAL BEATINGS AND PLANNED DEPORTATION.

Over the past two weeks about 280 detainees in Misrata prison have been forced to fill in repatriation forms given to the prison authorities by the Eritrean Embassy in Libya.

HRCPLEASE HELP TO STOP THESE BRUTAL BEATINGS AND PLANNED DEPORTATION.

Over the past two weeks about 280 detainees in Misrata prison have been forced to fill in repatriation forms given to the prison authorities by the Eritrean Embassy in Libya.

Apparently, and as it is becoming more crystal clear, after decades of war of liberation and almost two decades of independence  Eritrea still finds itself with a  government in which absolute power is vested in a single man-the almighty Isayas.

Apparently, and as it is becoming more crystal clear, after decades of war of liberation and almost two decades of independence  Eritrea still finds itself with a  government in which absolute power is vested in a single man-the almighty Isayas.

RSFReporters Without Borders strongly condemns the Islamist militia Al-Shabaab’s announcement today that it is banning local radio stations in the regions it controls from retransmitting the broadcasts of the BBC and Voice of America on the grounds that they carry Christian propaganda.

RSFReporters Without Borders strongly condemns the Islamist militia Al-Shabaab’s announcement today that it is banning local radio stations in the regions it controls from retransmitting the broadcasts of the BBC and Voice of America on the grounds that they carry Christian propaganda.

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.

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.

The United States urges the Government of the State of Eritrea to stop fanning the flames of violence in Somalia. Over the past week, extremists in Mogadishu have repeatedly attacked the people of Somalia and the Transitional Federal Government in pursuit of a radical agenda that can only promote further acts of terrorism and lead to greater regional instability. Eritrea has been instrumental in facilitating support of the extremists to commit these attacks. This support must cease immediately. Eritrea’s support for anti-government forces in Somalia is a serious obstacle to the possibility of a more normal relationship with the United States.

The United States urges the Government of the State of Eritrea to stop fanning the flames of violence in Somalia. Over the past week, extremists in Mogadishu have repeatedly attacked the people of Somalia and the Transitional Federal Government in pursuit of a radical agenda that can only promote further acts of terrorism and lead to greater regional instability. Eritrea has been instrumental in facilitating support of the extremists to commit these attacks. This support must cease immediately. Eritrea’s support for anti-government forces in Somalia is a serious obstacle to the possibility of a more normal relationship with the United States.

Dr BThe distinguished Professor of African Studies, Professor of Law and former Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Commission of Eritrea Dr. Bereket Habte Selassie appeals to the Commissionaire of United Nations High Commission for Refugees,  Mr Antonio Guterres, to intervene and stop the Libyan authorities from forcibly deporting Eritrean refugees in their custody back to Eritrea.

Dr BThe distinguished Professor of African Studies, Professor of Law and former Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Commission of Eritrea Dr. Bereket Habte Selassie appeals to the Commissionaire of United Nations High Commission for Refugees,  Mr Antonio Guterres, to intervene and stop the Libyan authorities from forcibly deporting Eritrean refugees in their custody back to Eritrea.