HRW slams Egypt’s ‘forced return’ of Eritrean asylum seekers

Egypt: Forced Returns of Eritrean Asylum Seekers Children, Adults Arbitrarily Detained, Denied Access to UN Refugee Agency (Beirut) – Egyptian authorities are deporting Eritreans seeking asylum, including children, without assessing their asylum claims or other protection needs, Human Rights Watch said today. On December 24, 2021, Egypt deported 24 Eritrean asylum seekers, including children. …

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Tigray party accuses Eritrea of attacks

By AAP Newswire The Tigray People’s Liberation Front, the party that controls most of the northern Ethiopia region of Tigray, has accused Eritrea of attacking its troops. In another development in the conflict, aid organisations suspended their operations in an area of northwest Tigray where 56 civilians were killed by …

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The Eritrean Lowlands League – 1st General Convention-November 2020

admin November 28, 2020 News   Final Communiqué The Eritrean Lowlands League (ELL) has held its First General Convention under the theme, we preserve the Pledge of Allegiance of our Martyrs and we march on their Footsteps, The Convention was successfully concluded on November 21st, 2020 The  First  General Convention of the Eritrean Lowlands League was held …

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THE MAGIC BULLET-

admin March 24, 2019 Articles Ali Salim – March 24, 2019 Congratulations ELL for making it to this Anniversary! This “Magic Bullet” is for you to lead. Do not let the next anniversary find you following others. Do not miss this unique opportunity in our history to define our struggle for unity and …

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HAUNT OF A CULTURE

Ali Salim – February 27, 2019 This is the first time I am submitting an article to other than Awate (the website). I used to get exhausted writing half the article to apologize in advance and to reassure people that I do not mean what I say and write the next …

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FREEDOM IN THE WORLD 2021 – Eritrea

Overview Eritrea is a militarized authoritarian state that has not held a national election since independence from Ethiopia in 1993. The People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ), headed by …

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5 Human Rights Crises in Eritrea

500,000 Refugees, ‘Slavery-like’ Compulsory Service, No National Elections, Border Conflicts & Secret Prisons: 5 Human Rights Crises in Eritrea   A still image from the new documentary “Escaping Eritrea,” of …

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