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Ethnic Federalism in Eritrea is a recipe for disaster. It is a call for putting Tigrinya nationality under one banner, united and powerful. It is a step closer towards what the Agazian movement is calling for, eventually, the creation of Tigrinya/Tigrayans dominated state with its extended borders. It is asking […]

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من سمات الحضاره لأي مجتمع التعايش السلمي بين افراده ومن جاورهم بايجاد قانون يكفل حقوق الجميع. قبائل الساهو صاغت قوانينها العرفية منذ القدم وكانت القيم الإنسانية والعادات والتقاليد هى الركيزة الاساسية لهذه القوانين.  وبعد دخولهم الى الإسلام تبنت قبائل الساهو  احكاما قضائيا مبنية على الشريعه الإسلاميه دون أن تتخلى عن […]

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A heavy fighting is going on the Tsorena front of Ethiopian Eritrean border, multiple sources confirmed to HornAffairs. Fighting in the Tsorena area of the border started since 5 am at dawn and it is still ongoing. The sound of heavy artilleries is heard as far as Zalambesa to the […]

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UN investigation reports a litany of crimes committed in Eritrea since 1991, including enslavement, rape and murder The chair of the Eritrea inquiry, Mike Smith, says the international community must ensure there is accountability for the atrocities being committed. Eritrea’s government is guilty of committing crimes against humanity since independence […]

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European Commission – Press release EU announces support for poverty eradication in Eritrea Brussels, 11 December 2015 The European Union today has announced €200 million in new long term support to promote poverty reduction and socio-economic development in Eritrea through the 11th European Development Fund (EDF). The European Union today has […]

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More Eritreans filed for asylum in the UK in the year to June than any other nation. They face “systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations” at home, says the UN.   A recent United Nations report found that “systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations have been and are […]

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Eritrea, in the Horn of Africa, is not in the grip of war or famine. Yet around 5,000 Eritreans flee every month. Why? A damning United Nations Commission of Inquiry report blames the country’s “gross human rights violations”. “Faced with a seemingly hopeless situation they feel powerless to change, hundreds of thousands […]

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An estimated 305,000 Eritreans, or five per cent of the population, have left the country, making them one of the largest groups of migrants into Europe. Pictured as she was rescued from a stricken boat off the Greek island of Rhodes, the terrified face of Wegasi Nebiat last week became […]

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 (Photo above: Adikeih March 2015 –  innocent child sitting on the remains of her destroyed home) In the southern city of Eritrea in the town of Adikeih, the regime’s  troops confronted by angry men and women to stop them from destroying their homes. When the armed forces headed to the […]

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Makeshift camps in Calais

Thousands of peoplep are living in makeshift camps in Calais hoping that one day they will make it to the UK.  Many once had good jobs – but fleeing from war and persecution most now have no money, and little dignity, in a town that is fed up with them. The […]

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Reported Release on Bail of Six Journalists in Eritrea Press Statement Jen Psaki Department Spokesperson Washington, DC January 27, 2015 The United States welcomes reports of six journalists released on bail in Eritrea. We note with deep concern that the government continues to detain other journalists, reportedly as many as […]

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Three Eritrean refugees have filed a lawsuit against a Canadian mining firm over claims that it conspired with the Eritrean government to force them and other conscripted workers to work at a copper mine for long hours while receiving little pay and living in squalid conditions. The men, who now live in […]

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Sweden saaho festival – YouTube.

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Between the desert and the fire – YouTube.

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For years, major Canadian cities have hosted Eritrean military bands that raised funds for a regime hundreds of thousands have fled. This summer, they’re not coming, after human rights advocates in Winnipeg complained to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. “We can’t be sure if this is because the government responded to […]

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