Eritrean Govt Accused of Arbitrary Detention
Thousands of Eritreans are reportedly detained without charge in the country's prisons often in deplorable conditions in an effort to silence dissent, says Amnesty International.
A street in Asmara, Eritrea (file photo).
Shabait.com, 26 April 2013
On 28 March last month, the International Crisis Group (ICG) released a report entitled: "Eritrea: Scenarios for Future Transition". Unfortunately, as we illustrate below, ICG's... read more »
ThinkAfricaPress, 9 April 2013
With a series of events in the past year suggesting change could be afoot, the time is ripe for renewed attention on Ethiopia-Eritrea relations.read more »
Radio France Internationale, 3 April 2013
Fleeing a long and bloody war thousands of Eritreans have taken refuge abroad - some of them in Norway, the coldest and northernmost corner of Europe. Today two generations of... read more »
Radio France Internationale, 2 April 2013
In Eritrea, President Isaias Afewerki's regime allows no political opposition.read more »
Eritrea: Scenarios for Future Transition
International Crisis Group, 28 March 2013
The following is an executive summary from the International Crisis Group report, "Eritrea: Scenarios for Future Transition". To download the full report (.pdf), click here.read more »
ThinkAfricaPress, 14 March 2013
Afewerki's grip on power in Eritirea is showing signs of weakness. But will we see a coup, cosmetic reforms or even an uprising?read more »