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Statement About The Addis Seminar

The Addis Ababa Statement of Eritrean Intellectuals Professionals and other interested individuals: An Urgent Call to All Eritreans to Remove The Totalitarian Regime & Lay Grounds for The Creation of A Free, Just, Democratic & United Eritrea. -Troubled by the deteriorating crisis in our country Eritrea that imperil the very existence of our nation Eritrea;…

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Exposing the YPFDJ in Europe: Part 1

Presented by Eritrean Unity Movement, Norway Just as there are some Serbians who still regard Bosnian Serb General, Ratko Mladic , a hero, even though he is accused of atrocities committed during the 1990s Bosnian war, including the massacre of about 8,000 Muslims at Srebrenica, there are also some Eritreans who regard the Eritrean dictator…

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IFJ Joins FAJ Press Freedom Day Call for Release of Journalists in Eritrea

“They are being held in undisclosed locations without charges, despite the fact that Eritrean law forbids detention of a prisoner without charges for more than 30 days,” said a joint letter signed by IFJ Jim Boumelha and FAJ President, Omar Faruk Osman. “Prolonged detention without trial is also a violation of international treaties you are party to. Your officials have repeatedly refused to supply any information on the health, whereabouts or legal status of the imprisoned journalists.”…

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April 18 2011 Eritrean Demonstration In San Francisco

The Bay Area Committee for Peaceful Demonstration is holding a rally in San Francisco, CA on Monday, April 18, 2011.   The theme of the demonstration is “Enough Is Enough: Isaias Must Go Now!” “Alena ms hzbna: We Are With Our People”, “We Are The Voice Of The Muzzled Eritreans.” Here are the specifics of the…

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Eritrea: The 2010 Foreign & Commonwealth Office Report

The United Kingdom Foreign & Commonwealth Office released its “Human Rights And Democracy: The 2010 Foreign & Commonwealth Office Report in March 2011.   The reports includes a detailed analysis of the status of human rights and democracy in 26 “countries of concern” which, of course, includes Eritrea.  Also included in the 26 countries of concern…

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Is Our Brother Mohammed Nur Abrar Dead Or Alive?

We are asking about our brother: “Where is our brother Mohammed Nur now? Is he alive or dead”? This are unanswered questions! Mohammed Nur disappeared sixteen years ago. I was with him at 2pm on December 5, 1994. At 4:30 pm on that afternoon, Mohammed Nur disappeared. It is 16 years since he was made…

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A Qatari Reporter’s Expose: The Dictator Has No Clothes

(The president’s face was irritated a little, his minister was resentful, and the other officials wrinkled, a moment of silence prevailed that was only disturbed by the voice of the president saying): By God, I do not know about this issue. This issue can be considered forgotten! (Interrupting, I said:) And we remind you of it. Yes, we remind you of it! God willing, after you remind me I will, ah…ah…ah I check, ah, my memory and I will see (he smiles a little) and I see, and tell you what……

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Eritrea Djibouti Mediation Agreement

On June 2nd, awate.com’s Gedab News broke the  news that Eritrea had withdrawn its troops from its contested territory with Djibouti and that a Qatari-brokered agreement between Djibouti and Eritrea would be held in Doha.  The agreement was, indeed, signed on June 6, 2010 and presented to the UN on June 7th.   The UN, which had…

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The Eritrean Covenant: Towards Sustainable Justice And Peace

Mejlis Ibrahim Mukhtar The Eritrean Covenant TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE JUSTICE AND PEACE1  Reviving the Eritrean covenant: We, the authors of this statement, are a diverse group of civic-minded Eritreans who come from all walks of life, from inside Eritrea and the Diaspora and from different ethnic, regional, and political background and persuasions. Individually, like many ordinary…

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Eritrea: The Network Of Prisons

This is a list containing prisons in Eritrea where the government keeps prisoners of conscience. It is certainly not an exhaustive list of all the prisons in the country where thousands are kept without formal charges and without visitation rights. Those who die in those prisons are unceremoniously buried by the prison wardens and the government rarely notifies…

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As Expected, Arhe’s SDP Wins Swedish Elections

14 Sep 2014 Gedab News Comments (16)

Sweden's the left-leaning Social Democratic party (SDP) won the Swedish elections, capturing 31.3% of the votes, and Eritrea-born Swedish MP Arhe Hamednaca, a member…

Aster & Sherifo: My Parents Who Have Disappeared…

13 Sep 2014 Ibrahim Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo Comments (15)

My name is Ibrahim Mahmoud Ahmed Sherifo. I am the son of two veteran fighters of the Eritrean revolution -…

Is Sweden Now Relevant to The Eritrean Regime?

11 Sep 2014 Gedab News Comments (32)

In an interview conducted by the Swedish journalist Donald Boström in 2009, Isaias Afwerki considered Sweden insignificant and questioned: “Why…

Isaias Arrives In Cairo To An Arab League…

09 Sep 2014 Gedab News Comments (424)

In a press release issued on Sept. 7, 2014, the League of Arab States meeting, held at the level of…

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