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View the Amnesty International Report 2017/18 for Eritrea

View the Amnesty International Report 2017/18 for Eritrea

Eritrea 2017/2018

Thousands continued to flee Eritrea while the authorities severely restricted the right to leave the country. Indefinite mandatory national service continued to be imposed. Restrictions on the rights to freedom of expression and of religion remained. Arbitrary detentio

Eritrea Denies Knowing Group Linked to Ethiopian Dam Plot
Eritrea’s government denied any knowledge of a rebel group that Ethiopia said had plotted to attack the country’s flagship hydropower plant. Ethiopian security forces killed 13 members of the Benishangul Gumuz People’s Liberation Movement who’d traveled from Eritrea to attack the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, or GERD, Ethiopia’s deputy government spokesman Zadig Abrha said Thursday by phone. Seven other members of the group fled to neighboring Sudan, whose authorities handed them
Eritrean leaders should be tried for crimes against humanity: U.N.

Reuters:
U.N. human rights investigators accused Eritrean leaders on Wednesday of crimes against humanity including torture, rape, murder and enslaving hundreds of thousands of people and called for the case to be referred to the International Criminal Court.
Atrocities had been committed since the country's independence in 1991 and were continuing, the U
UAE likely to be building a naval facility in Eritrea

UAE likely to be building a naval facility in Eritrea
Jeremy Binnie, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
18 April 2016


The United Arab Emirates (UAE) appears to be constructing a new port next to Assab International Airport in Eritrea, which could become its first permanent military base in a foreign country.
Satellite imagery shows rapid progress has been made since work began sometime after September 2015. A square of coastline measuring about 250x250 m has al

Why people are leaving Eritrea

Why people are leaving Eritrea

DW

Every month as many as 5,000 people flee Eritrea, a country ruled by an authoritarian regime in which human rights violations are widespread. Oliver Ramme has just returned from a rare visit to the African nation.

Tokombia is a village lying some 200 kilometers (124 miles) from the Eritre

Hundreds of thousands have fled this country. This ghastly massacre is a reminder why.

Hundreds of thousands have fled this country. This ghastly massacre is a reminder why.

Washington post.

In Eritrea, your last year of high school is also your first year in the army. Rebels from the country fought a 30-year war against its much larger neighbor Ethiopia, and, because of a continuing land dispute, hostilities are still considered active. Although con

Eritrean regime prevents the entry of trucks from Sudan to Eritrea

 

Eritrean regime prevents the entry of trucks from Sudan to Eritrea

Rebounds: Al-massar

On the second day of the resump

Eritrean army conscripts 'killed in Asmara escape bid'

Eritrean army conscripts 'killed in Asmara escape bid'

bbc.

Security forces in Eritrea's capital Asmara have killed several young conscripts who tried to escape the convoy they were travelling in, according to opposition media outlets.

There were also civilian casualties after some

Field trials for recruits in the city of Teseney

 

Field trials for recruits in the city of Teseney

Private: Al-massar sources.

According to Bishop received from the city of Teseney that the Court of Mil

Al-massar website published the names and details of members of the Committee investigate human rights in Eritrea
Al-massar website published the names and details of members of the Committee investigate human rights in Eritrea Michael Smith (Australia) Mike Smith is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Policing, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism at Macquarie University in New South Wales, Australia. Until July 2013, he was an Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations in New York and Executive Director of the UN Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate, a position he assumed in N
 
 
 
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