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Six Out of the 14 Kidnapped Eritreans last month from Kassala are reported freed

Radio Erena: 13 July 2015


Six among the 14 kidnapped Eritreans last month as they were bound to the Sudanese refugee camp of Shegerab were freed in a military rescue operation conducted by the Sudanese authorities.

The rescue operation was part of the ongoing operation to hunt the human traffickers and their brokers.

The Sudanese police said the six Eritreans were confirmed to have been kidnapped at the Sudanese-Eritrean border town of Hafir on the 4th of June by unidentified armed group of people.


Teachers in Eritrea are set to go for a military training in their summer break

Radio Erena: 09 July 2015


The government of Eritrea has passed an order to send the teachers in the country for a military training during their summer vacation when schools are closed.

Many believe that this would weaken the already severed education system in the country.

It is to be noted that the government has been training many Eritrean men of up to 65 years of age and women and expatriated nationals – payers of the 2% diaspora tax, known as popular army.


Ethiopia release six journalists and bloggers

Raddio Erena: 09 July 2015

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Ahead of the Third international conference on the financing of development in Addis Ababa, Ethiopian authorities have in the past 24 hours unexpectedly released journalist Reyot Alemu, two bloggers of the Zone 9 group and three journalists who had been arrested with them. Four other bloggers, as well as several journalists, remain behind bars.

Reyot Alemu, a onetime columnist for the now-closed national weekly Fitih, one of the 100 press freedom heroes according to RSF, was freed this morning. Convicted in 2011 of “participating in a terrorist organization and preparing a terrorist act,” she was originally given an 14-year jail term that was reduced to five years in 2012.


Hundreds of Unaccompanied under-age Eritrean Immigrants filled the Streets of Italy

Radio Erena: 09 July 2015

Report by Amanuel Ghirmai Bahta

Italy Teens

Over 300 unaccompanied under-age Eritrean immigrants have reportedly been loitering around the streets of many Italian cities.

The children, who are believed to be between the ages of 12 and 16 years of age, were settled at the refugee camps in Sicily following their arrival at the coast of Italy. They boarded on the fishing boats in route to Italy and other European countries via Mediterranean Sea without a parent or guardian.


Eritrean authorities bulldozed 50 residential houses in the capital

Radio Erena: 09 July 2015

Arbate Asmara

The government of Eritrea has bulldozed 50 residential houses in the localities of ArbaEte Asmara and Biete Giorgis in the capital Asmara on the 3rd of July.

Many police presences were reported during the demolishing operation to contain any backlash that might arise from the people in the localities, reported Radio Erena sources from the Asmara.

Similar operation had been executed in the localities of ArbaEte Asmara previously.


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