In an open letter to President Isaias Aferwerki, Africans from various walks of life has congratulated Eritrea for the normalizing of diplomatic relations with Ethiopia, but pointed out that over the past 20 years Eritrea has been described as the "most closed society on our continent, an unfortunate situation for a country with such rich human capital and potential, with so much to offer not only Africa but also the world".
Eritrea’s government building in Asmara.
Open Letter to the Eritrean Head of State
Maka, 10 June 2019
Your Excellency, President Isaias Aferwerki: Read more »
Letter to 41st Session of the UN Human Rights Council On Eritrea
HRW, 12 June 2019
To Permanent Representatives of Member and Observer States of the United Nations Human Rights Council Read more »
War Ravaged Home
Reporter, 8 June 2019
There is no place that is as humbling as Badme. It is hard to imagine the many thousands that have died for it fighting in one of the world's bloodiest wars. There are few that… Read more »
An unexpected rapprochement last year between Ethiopia and Eritrea, and the subsequent opening of the border, seemed to offer hope of a more lenient approach toward freedom of ... Read more »
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