Lifestyle Photo of the Week: Getting your goat in Eritrea – African
In Eritrea’s second largest city of Keren, the picturesque
regional capital surrounded by granitic mountains, cattle is
traded in the market. For more on Eritrea, see: This photo was
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Gunfire as I.Coast troops resume
protest despite 'apology' Patrick
Fort with Ladji Abou Sanogo in Bouake,AFPFri,
May 12 8:21 AM PDT
Abidjan (AFP) - Disgruntled Ivorian soldiers took to the
streets of Abidjan and two other cities on Friday,
firing angrily into the air a day after publicly
apologising for a string of recent uprisings.
Rebellious troops surrounded the military's headquarters
in Abidjan after a spokesman for the protesters publicly
apologised to the president for a January mutiny which
triggered months of unrest.
has enough to eat, are well-groomed and well-dressed»
ERITREA - THOUSANDS flee yearly from
Eritrea and ask for asylum in Europe - also in Switzerland.
Cope? SVP Grand Master Sabina Geissbühler looked at the
situation on the ground.
Read here their impressions.
ERITREA – THOUSANDS flee yearly from Eritrea and ask for asylum
in Europe – also in Switzerland. Cope? SVP Grand Master Sabina
Geissbühler looked at the situation on the ground. Read here
their impressions. Sabina Geissbühler-Strupler “As a member of
the Security Commission of the Canton of Berne, I had to deal
with credit increases[…]
..before I left I had contact with Eritreans, who have
long been in our country. Like the snowfall principle, I
received addresses from local people, hospital and school
leaders. Travel companions were also recommended, because such a
request would dispense with the National Service and give them
The universities were closed. It remained only for
the privileged few regime.
Due to lack of hands to work the land, the country
is in perpetual food shortages.
nafka per month(about
In the evening the streets of Asmara are almost
The only young people who frequent the bars and
return to Eritrea to spend the summer holidays. Many
kids are hiding, constantly changing accommodation
to avoid being deported to the Sawa military camp. T
Most Eritreans living abroad for many years are
forced to pay: otherwise, their families at home
could suffer repercussions
.the receipt of payment of 2% is sent to the
families of migrants to Eritrea. If you do not prove
that their family has paid the fee, they can lose
their jobs, the ration card is withdrawn without the
possibility of receiving the goods sent from abroad,
seized at customs by border police officers.
Ethiopia wary of mass
deportations from Mideast
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
ADDIS ABABA, (CAJ News)–
DISASTER-struck Ethiopia is on the brink of renewed catastrophe
with the impending deportation of 200 000 citizens from Saudi
The Ethiopians, who have been living in the Middle East country
without residence and work permits, will be repatriated within
the next two months, following a 90-day amnesty period to help
them leave the country without penalties.
In 2013, a similar situation occurred when more than 170 000
Ethiopians were repatriated from Saudi Arabia.
mean to you?
Viva is a
to ask, what
role to play
wants to see
North America Festival 2017, will be held
in the City of Seattle. This year's festival will be
different from past festivals, because Eritreans from
all over United States will celebrate their festival in
Seattle together. a-cultural extravaganza!
Six MonthsAfter Eritrea
SanctionsFight,Penholder UK Talks of
Roadmap for Removal
By Matthew Russell Lee
UNITED NATIONS, May
17– When the UN Security Council renewed its sanctions
against Eritrea last November, there were five
abstentions. While the next vote won't be until November
2017, on May 17 the Council - with five new members
since the last time - met again on Eritrea. Ambassador
Matthew Rycroft of the UK, penholder on Somalia, said
"six months ago, the Security Council was quite divided
on whether there should be sanctions or not on Eritrea.
Before the next decision on Read more
as we mark the 26th Anniversary of Eritrea’s
Building a Common Kn Knowledge of Our History, a Common
Understanding of Our Present and a Shared Vision of Our
Future. The discussion will be partly based on his book:
Eritrea at a Crossroads: A Narrative of Triumph,
Betrayal and Hope.