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Eritrean Orthodox monasteries published a letter of condemnation

Radio Erena: 15 October, 2014


Six Eritrean Orthodox monasteries have published their official letter of condemnation to the intervention by the government and its appointees to the Ortodox Diocese– Mr. Yoftahie Demethros and his executive secretary – Reverend Habtom Russom.

The petition letter - organized and signed by the six (6) monasteries, was circulated to the Synods of the Orthodox Tewahdo Church, to all the executive offices of the Patriarch, the national council of the Orthodox Churches, the office of religious affairs of the Eritrean government, and all regional and local churches on October 1st, 2014.


Yemen's president has appointed a new prime minister

Radio Erena: 14 October, 2014

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Yemen's president has appointed a diplomat as prime minister just days after Shiite rebels who control the country's capital forced out his predecessor.

The official news agency SABA says President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi chose Khaled Bahah, Yemen's ambassador to the United Nations, to the post after rival political groups gave backing to the selection.


Sudanese president denies “strategic” relations with Iran

Radio Erena: 14 October, 2014


In exclusive comments to Asharq Al-Awsat, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir acknowledged that Khartoum’s relations with Riyadh have been harmed by the country’s ties with Tehran, but stressed that Sudanese-Iranian ties have been exaggerated.

“We admit that our ties with Saudi Arabia were frosty but this never reached the level of being strained. Relations would not have reached this stage were it not for false information being leaked about the situation in Sudan and the country’s foreign ties, particularly with Iran. This information was exaggerated,” Bashir said.


A Human-Trafficker Escapes Sudanese Prison

Radio Erena: 13 October, 2014


A Sudanese national who has been serving time after being sentenced for 10 (ten) years for his involvement in trafficking Eritrean and several refugees of different nationalities is reported to have escaped from a prison in Kassala, Sudan.

The fugitive, whose name was not released though he is reported to be from the Rashaida tribe, has broken away from custody with the help of his armed tribesmen as he was transported to a hospital by police for medical check-up.


Djibouti sends 187 illegal Ethiopians back to Ethiopia

Radio Erena: 13 October, 2014


Djibouti sent 187 Ethiopians, who were believed to have been caught crossing its boarders illegally, back to Ethiopia.

The Ethiopians were all crammed in a mini-bus-type vehicle and were put in to custody by the Djiboutian police as they were 65 kilometers away from the capital in the town of Arta. According to police reports, the police has also put few Djibouti nationals who were engaged in smuggling the 187 Ethiopians whose final destination was Saudi Arabia by crossing the Red Sea via Yemen.


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