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An Eritrean mother of 3 of a Pentecostal faith died in Prison in Eritrea

Radio Erena: 24 August 2017

An Eritrean mother of three, Fekadu Debesay, who is a follower of the Pentecostal Christian Church - has died in an Eritrean prison of Metkel Abyot the beginning of August.

According to reports from a global organization called Christian Solidarity Worldwide, the victim and her husband were among several followers of the Pentecostal Christian Church who were detained by the Eritrean security authorities in one of the frequent raids against followers of the church in a southern town of Adi Khuala.


Italian police launches an investigation on an Eritrean activist for refugees - Fr. Mussie Zerai for his alleged involvement in illegal migration of refugees

Radio Erena: 24 August 2017

The Italian police authorities have reportedly launched an investigation on Fr. Mussie Zerai - an ordained Catholic Priest of Eritrean decent, for allegedly being involved in illegal migration of refugees to European countries, reported the news media of the country.

Fr. Zerai is famously known for his work in saving migrants from the Mediterranean sea when they get accidents as they try to cross over to Europe.

Fr. Zerai, who was nominated for a Noble Prize in 2015 for his work in saving hundreds of migrants in the Mediterranean sea and his efforts to help resettle troubled refugees.


Asmara and towns in the vicinity face shortage of drinking water

Radio Erena: 24 May 2017     


Resident of the Eritrean capital – Asmara and surrounding towns are concerned by the shortage of drinking water, reported Radio Erena sources from the capital.

       According to the sources, drinking water has been in short supply for months now and residents are rationed a barrel a week by the local administrations. People are reported to be seen in long lines in the streets to get the rationed water.


ERITREAN Government National Security Forces Arrested an 85-year-old man in the Sub-zone of Adi Khuala

Radio Erena: 23 May 2017       

     National Security forces of the Eritrean government have reportedly arrested an 85-year-old man and 10 other elders in the southern town of GaEbien of Adi Khuala sub-zone.



UN Sanctions Committee Chair on Eritrea and Somalia might visit Eritrea

The United Nations Sanctions Committee Chairman for Eritrea and Somalia - Kairat Umarov said that evidence has not been found to support the Eritrean government's relationships with the Somalia-based terrorist group - Al Shabab.


The Kazakh diplomat, citing a quarterly report by the Sanctions Monitoring Group on the two counties, expressed his statement at his presentation to the security council on 13th April 2017.


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