Eritrea Responds to 'One-Sided' UN Report
The government believes the three-person United Nations panel, called the Commission of Inquiry, is "campaigning to take yet another African country, this time Eritrea, to the International Criminal Court".
HRW, 21 June 2016
Human Rights Watch notes with deep concern the conclusion of the Commission of Inquiry that many of the abuses committed in Eritrea, primarily those related to indefinite national… Read more »
A street in Asmara, Eritrea (file photo).
Ethiopian Herald, 15 June 2016
After repeated reports that show Eritrean leaders have been deeply engaged in committing serious crimes against their own people, large number of prominent international media and… Read more »
OHCHR, 8 June 2016
Good morning and thank you all very much for coming to this briefing on today's publication of the report of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea. Read more »
Ethiopian Herald, 12 June 2016
On statement to the media on Wednesday (June 8), Mr. Mike Smith, Chairman of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea disclosed that the Commission found a crimes… Read more »
Al Jazeera, 8 June 2016
Eritrea's government is guilty of committing crimes against humanity since independence a quarter-century ago with up to 400,000 people "enslaved", the UN said on Wednesday. Read more »
Shabait, 8 June 2016
Press Statement by H.E. Mr. Yemane Gebreab Read more »