Category Archives: Eritrea

Europe’s Big Football Teams Fighting to Sign Eritrean-Swedish Prodigy Alexander Isak

Borussia Dortmund is set to complete the signing of AIK’s highly rated teenager Alexander Isak for €10m (£8.65m). The 17-year-old, who became Sweden’s youngest ever… Continue reading

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Ethiopians, Eritreans, and Somalis Among 180 Migrants who Drowned Found Off Libya’s Coast

Up to 180 people were feared dead in the latest shipwreck of a migrant boat off the Libyan coasts, the International Organization for Migration (IOM)… Continue reading

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Eritrean Government Denies Leasing Port Assab to the United Arab Emirates for a Military Base

Source: Sudan Tribune
Eritrea has dismissed reports alleging that the Red Sea nation has leased the port town of Assab to the United Arab Emirates.… Continue reading

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Ugandan Captain Arrested for Masterminding Plot to Kill, Rob Eritrean Businessman of 2 Million Euros

Source: Geeska Afrika
A Ugandan soldier has been arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of an Eritrean businessman with the intention of stealing… Continue reading

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Ethiopia Foils Ginbot 7 Attack in the Tigray Region and Arrests Over 70 Fighters, 15 Shot Dead

Ethiopian authorities have foiled an attack from Ginbot 7 after the banned opposition group attempted to invade the country from neighboring Eritrea.
Ethiopia’s Ministry of… Continue reading

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Ethiopian Government Promises to Declare Names of People Arrested Under the State of Emergency

Ethiopian authorities have vowed to reveal the identities of people incarcerated under the country’s 6-month long state of emergency which was declared in October in… Continue reading

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22 Ethiopians Charged with Inciting Violence and Being Members of a Banned Opposition Group

Ethiopian authorities have charged 22 individuals with inciting violence, causing damages to government property and being members of a banned opposition group.
On Monday, the… Continue reading

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Eritrea’s Ghirmay Ghebreslassie Becomes the Youngest Athlete to Win the New York City Marathon

Source: The Guardian
Eritrea’s Ghirmay Ghebreslassie and Kenya’s Mary Keitany won the New York City Marathon on Sunday.
Keitany became the first woman to win… Continue reading

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Ethiopia has ‘Evidence’ of Egypt and Eritrea Sponsoring Opposition Groups Responsible for Unrest

Ethiopia has once again accused Egypt and Eritrea of sponsoring armed opposition groups which Addis Ababa claims are responsible for the recent unrest in the… Continue reading

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Eritrean Traffickers in Calais Camp Lynch Sudanese Immigrant for Attempting to Travel Alone

Source: Daily Mail UK
An asylum seeker has been stabbed to death by a lynch mob of people traffickers near Calais after he tried to… Continue reading

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