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There are calls to expel Eritrea's top diplomat in Canada because he presides over a system that's milking money from the Eritrean community in this country. Comment?
... the world simply fails to grasp", she said during her speech, adding that "fear is now the most common emotion in Eritrea". The three-day forum was attended by hundreds of the world's most influential dissidents, journalists, philanthropists and ... Comment?
Mr. Woldegiorgis Chini'e, chairman of the committee, disclosed that the reparations pertain to sports contests, cultural activities, environmental hygiene and embellishment of streets, besides a parade by workers and inhabitants, as well as carnival show of institutions. Comment?
Eritrea's human rights record has long faced international criticism. But since the African country is so closed to the outside world, individual stories tend to come almost exclusively from those who have fled. 2 comments
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. Comment?
Last month the International Crisis Group presented a report on future scenarios for Eritrea, whose repressive government has shown recent signs of instability. Comment?
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 . 4 comments
... an independent feasibility study (the "Study") by lead engineer SENET (Pty) Ltd. ("SENET") for its Asmara Project in Eritrea. The Study demonstrates that the mining of all four advanced deposits that make up the Asmara Project (Emba Derho, Adi ... Comment?
infoZine - This replaces the Travel Warning for Eritrea of November 29, 2012, to update information on additional travel restrictions, and to remind U.S. citizens of ongoing security concerns in Eritrea. The Eritrean government continues to restrict ... Comment?
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. Comment?
14 May 2013 The international community must keep Eritrea under "close scrutiny", an independent United Nations expert said today, stressing the need to fundamentally transform the East African nation's "current culture of rights denial." ... 4 comments
The U.S. Department of State continues to warn U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Eritrea and strongly recommends U.S. citizens defer all travel to the country. 5 comments
... said that in meetings with Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia, including in the refugee camps near the border with Eritrea, people are aware of the new border fence with Israel and the threat of incarceration, and there appears to be a diminished desire ... 4 comments
Eritrea's hardline regime has jailed at least 10,000 political prisoners, many in "unimaginably atrocious conditions", rights group Amnesty International said in a report Thursday criticising the situation in the Red Sea state. Comment?
Human rights group, Amnesty International, on Thursday criticised Eritrea over the allegation that it is arresting thousands of people for political reasons. Comment?
Twenty years after its independence, Eritrea's prisons are filled with thousands of political prisoners, locked up without ever being charged with a crime, many of whom are never heard from again, Amnesty International said in a report released today. Comment?
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. 1 comment
... DRC by the M23 rebels in their fief of Rutshuru since the beginning of April, says a community leader. Nairobi - Eritrea's hardline regime has jailed at least 10 000 political prisoners, many in "unimaginably atrocious conditions", rights group ... Comment?
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. Comment?
Twenty years on from the euphoric celebrations of independence, Eritrea is one of the most repressive, secretive and inaccessible countries in the world. Comment?