Freedom fighter, prisoner, moral compass and South Africa’s symbol of the struggle against racial oppression.
That was Nelson Mandela, who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead his country out of decades … Read More
This are Ethiopian Refugees that crossed with pneumatic boats risking their lives the Mediterranean Sea, after travelling from Sudan to Libya crossing Sahara. They arrived to different parts of Europe. … Read More
More than 350 people are said to have died when a boat of African migrants sank off the Italian island of Lampedusa last Thursday. Futsum Mesfa, from Eritrea, is one … Read More
By Sivu Maqungo
The centennial celebrations of the ‘seat of international law’ – the Peace Palace in The Hague – are about the ideals this building stands for, rather than its beautiful … Read More
Ethiopian Regime Repression
by GRAHAM PEEBLES
They speak of democracy, but act violently to suppress dissenting voices and control the people through the inculcation of fear: they ignore human rights and trample … Read More
II. The Beginning of the End for President Isaias Afwerki?
A. The Incident at Forto .
B. 2012: The President’s Annus Horribilis?
III. The State of Eritrea
A. The Foundation of … Read More
MO Farah had no complaints about finishing second to long-distance great Kenenisa Bekele after being pipped to the post in the Bupa Great North Run on Sunday.
The pre-race build-up … Read More
A colony for 50 years, federated , Unified to Ethiopia , in 1991’s seceded after three decades of rebellion. Since 1998 Eritrea is at War, harboring proxy warriors especially the … Read More
Sweden’s Abeba Aregawi (L) wins the women’s 1500 metres final at the 2013 IAAF World Championships at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow on August 15, 2013. (AFP)
Sweden’s Ethiopian-born Abeba Aregawi won … Read More
Yesterday the 13th of August 2013 at about 20:00 PM CET
About 11 Armed Shabia Surrogates attacked EPPF fighters in South Eastern part of Lake Tana, infiltrating from Sudan through … Read More
By Ian Birrell
Heavy handed … Ethiopian police stop journalists taking pictures in Addis Ababa Photograph: Karel Prinsloo/AP
“I am jailed, with around 200 other inmates, in a wide hall that looks like … Read More
By Graham Peebles
To many people land is much more than a resource or corporate commodity to be bought developed and sold for a profit. Identity, cultural history and livelihood are all … Read More
MOUNT VERNON — A boy of about 12 has post-traumatic stress disorder because of the way his adoptive family treated him, a mental health therapist testified Wednesday.
Larry and Carri Williams … Read More
Young Eritrean refugees in Sudan
The situation of human rights in Eritrea remains grave with rampant cases of extra judicial killings, enforced disappearance, incommunicado detention, torture and inhumane prisons conditions, according … Read More
The Ethiopian government has Temporarily suspended 40,000 work visas for modern day slaves disguised as housemaids destined for Saudi Arabia .
Saudi Arabia last week announced the temporary recruitment ban while … Read More
It is impractical to stop recruitment of housemaids from Ethiopia, said Dr. Mutlaq Al-Hazmi, member of the recruitment committee at Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Al-Hazmi was responding to the … Read More
By Yalda Hakim, Yemen
The BBC’s Yalda Hakim visits a so-called ‘torture camp’ Efta is just 17 but has experienced shocking brutality.
The Ethiopian teenager survived a treacherous boat journey being smuggled … Read More
By William Lloyd-George
On Jul. 14 several hundred opposition protestors gathered in northern town of Gondar to and called on the government to stop exploiting the antiterrorism law and release those whom … Read More
A former Olympic and professional runner from Ethiopia who was due to give birth in three weeks collapsed at a Chinese restaurant food poisoning and died ? Her baby is … Read More
Eritrea is undermining stability in conflict-ravaged Somalia by paying political agents and a warlord linked to Islamist militants to influence the Mogadishu government, U.N. sanctions experts said in a … Read More
The Ethiopian government staged manifestation is held for the 2nd time in the cities of Gonder and Dessie.
The so called “Ethiopian opposition activists” on Sunday demanded the release of journalists … Read More
A fire on an empty Boeing 787 Dreamliner on Friday forced London’s busy Heathrow Airport to temporarily close both its runways and attracted more unwelcome attention to the high-tech but … Read More
Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan agreed to conduct further studies on what impact a hydropower dam on the main tributary of the Nile River will have on downstream countries, Egyptian Foreign … Read More
Ethiopia has angered Egypt with its plans to construct a massive hydroelectric dam on the Blue Nile, a key Nile River tributary. Ethiopia just divert to start filling the reservoir … Read More