Eritrea Urged to End 18 Years of Dictatorship

Human Rights Watch has released a video about Eritrean political prisoners including 21 senior government officials and journalists detained in 2001 after they criticized President Isaias Afewerki.

  • Eritrea:   Govt Should End 18 Years of Darkness

    HRW, 18 September 2019

    The recent arrest of Eritrea's former finance minister is a troubling sign that repressive tactics continue despite changes in Eritrea's diplomatic engagements. Human Rights Watch… Read more »

Free Eritrea democracy march in San Francisco. The country is plagued by human rights abuses, and “torture, arbitrary detention, and severe restrictions on freedom of expression” and has been called a giant prison by activists

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