Eritrea: little to smile about, 20 years from freedom
Twenty years since Eritrea won independence from Ethiopia after one of Africa 's longest wars, people are bowed down by a repressive government and increasingly frustrated at the lack of rights they fought for.
Sun May 19, 2013
Eritrea: WHO Representatives Laud Eritrea's Accomplishments in Combating Malaria - Report
Reports indicated that Eritrea's accomplishments in combating malaria have been applauded by WHO representatives at a joint meeting with the Ministry of Health that was conducted yesterday here in Asmara.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Northern Miner
Sunridge brightens Asmara's economics
Sunridge Gold has outlined stronger economics in the feasibility study for its prized Asmara copper-zinc-gold project project in Eritrea, outshining last year's prefeasibility study .
Wed May 15, 2013
Kansas City InfoZine
Eritrea Travel Warning
The Eritrean government continues to restrict the travel of all foreign nationals.
Tue May 14, 2013
Remembering the Past and Present, Planning for the Future: Is there a ...
On May 24, 1991 citizens of the East African country of Eritrea celebrated their long-awaited independence following a victory over the unjust occupation of their land by neighboring Ethiopia.
Sat May 11, 2013
Eritreans desire to migrate to Israel stifled
There is a diminished desire among Eritrean asylum seekers to migrate to Israel recently, largely due to the new Egypt border fence and the threat of incarceration they face under the "infiltrators law", a visiting Eritrean dissident activist said in Tel Aviv on Friday.
Thu May 09, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Lives Lived: Keflimariam Mahari, 71
Haile Selassie's pilot, friend to Eritrean refugees, husband, father. Born Aug. 21, 1941, in Hebo, Eritrea, died March 28, 2013, in Toronto of complications from a fall, aged 71.
Amnesty slams Eritrea political jailings
ERITREA'S hardline regime has jailed at least 10,000 political prisoners, many in "unimaginably atrocious conditions", rights group Amnesty International says in a report criticising the situation in the Red Sea state.
Wed May 08, 2013
Inter Press Service
Despite Halt in Deportations, Refugees in Israel Live in Fear
Yet refugees, even legal ones, nevertheless continue to leave in fear of deportation as well as abuse amid a climate of racism and frequent attacks against African refugees in Israel.
International Business Times
Eritrea: Smuggled Video Shows Freedom Friday Movement Spreading in North Korea of Africa
Eritrea's grassroots Freedom Friday movement has released a video smuggled out of the secretive African country showing residents of the capital Asmara reading posters calling for mass protests.
Mon May 06, 2013
Eritrea: Residents of North-West Asmara Call for Upgrading of the Local Health Center's Capacity
The residents of north-western Asmara have called for the upgrading of the local health center's capacity in line with the growing demand to this end.
Thu May 02, 2013
Moral Crusade that Has Changed the Political Landscape of Eritrea - Part 2
The Forto 2013 uprising remarkably highlighted the issues critical to democratic change.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Eritrean women face threat of abuse even after they leave: report
Eritrean women fleeing their country's oppressive regime are increasingly finding themselves the repeat victim of abuse, exploitation and violence once outside their homeland, a new report by a women's rights group has found.
Eritrea: Students and Staff Members of Halai Secondary School Extend...
Students and staff members of Halai Secondary School, Asmara, have extended a total of 24,000 Nakfa to 4 families of martyrs.