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የኤርትራ ስደተኞች የተ.መ.ድ አቋምን በመደገፍ ሰልፍ ወጡ


ባለፈው ወር የተባበሩት መንግስታት ድርጅት በኤርትራ የሚፈፀመውን ሰብአዊነትን የጣሰ ድርጊት አስመልክቶ ያወጣውን ሪፖርት በመደገፍ በእስራኤል የሚገኙ የአገሪቱ ስደተኞች የድጋፍ ሰልፍ ወጥተዋል፡፡ የአገሪቱ መንግስት የገዛ ህዝቡን ያሰቃያል፤ በመቶ ሺህ የሚቆጠሩ ኤርትራዊያንንም እንደ ባሪያ ባልፈቀዱት ስራ ያሰማራል ሲል የመንግስታቱ ድርጅት ሪፖርት ይወቅሳል፡፡

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Exodus from Eritrea after independence dream became a nightmare

Francesco Zizola / NOOR

Some 5,000 Eritreans flee each month from regime of national hero-turned-dictatorditors note: This is the first in a two-part series. Part 2 details the horrors of Eritrean refugees' journey to Europe. LONDON — In the brutal misery driving an exodus of Eritreans to Europe, Feruz Werede sees both a national tragedy and a very personal betrayal. Werede’s parents belonged to a guerrilla movement that spent 30 years fighting for Eritrean independence from Ethiopia, finally defeating one of Africa’s strongest armies in 1993 and propelling charismatic rebel leader Isaias Afwerki to power.

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Seven Eritrean cyclists flee to Ethiopia

October 19, 2015 (ADDIS ABABA) – In a latest sign of discontent with the regime in Eritrea, seven of the 14 higher division Eritrean cyclist team has fled to neighbouring Ethiopia.The latest defection comes only few days after ten football players from the Eritrean national team sought political asylum in Botswana after they lost 3-1 to the host nation in a qualifier match for the 2018 World Cup. According to Sources, the group of Eritrean cyclists managed flee to Ethiopia risking their life to cross the heavily patrolled borders of the country.

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Rescued Eritrean Migrants Brought to Sicily

MESSINA, ITALY—Nearly 900 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa were brought to southern Italy Tuesday, days after being rescued in the Mediterranean by European naval forces. A Norwegian ship, Siem Pilot, brought about 240 mostly Eritrean migrants to Messina harbor in Sicily early in the day. Late in the afternoon, the British Navy ship Enterprise brought more than 650 migrants, again mostly Eritrean, to Catania harbor in Sicily.

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