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Eritrea Government sends rounded up conscripts in a tedious forced labor in a military training camp


The government of Eritrea has deployed thousands of youth, who were rounded up in various cities, in a harsh forced labor following a military training in Sawa military training camp, reported a Radio Erena source from the area.


Eritrean Airlines Passengers inbound from Saudi Arabia Outraged by Rampant Delays

Radio Erena: 09 July 2016


Eritrean Airlines passengers are reportedly frustrated by continuous delays and cancellations on their scheduled flights to the Eritrean capital of Asmara from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

According to the reports from Jeddah, passengers are seen to make several routes to the Jeddah and Riyadh airports for days - wait there for hours to only return back without any success.


Eritreans observe the Second Anniversary of the Lampedusa victims

Radio Erena: 05 October 2015


The Eritrean diaspora in various countries gather in memory of the second anniversary of the over 360 fellow Eritrean victims who perished in the Mediterranean Sea as they approach the Italian coast of Lampedusa.

The notorious tragedy that took place on the 3rd of October 2013 when their boat capsized after catching fire, consumed the lives of over 360 Eritreans, including babes and toddlers.


Killing of three Eritreans in the South Sudanese capital of Juba enraged many Eritreans

Radio Erena: 05 October 2015

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The killing of three Eritreans in the South Sudanese capital of Juba around High Cinema has angered many Eritreans in the country, confirmed Radio Erena sources from the city.

The sources confirmed the killing that took place on the 28th of September in front of Keren Hotel is believed to be related to armed robbery and that police does not have suspects as of yet.


Djibouti’s President talked about his county’s border issue with Neighboring Eritrea at the 70th UN General Assembly meeting

Radio Erena: 05 October 2015


The President of Djibouti – Ismael Omar Gule accuses the Eritrean government as a danger to the region and the world.

President Gule, in his speech at the UN 70th General Assembly meeting, underlined that the border conflict between his country and Eritrea has not been resolved and said that Eritrea bears the responsibility for that as it still occupies some of Djibouti’s sovereign territories since 2008.

The President also noted that his government has submitted its appeal to the African Union, the Arab League and the United Nations. Although Djibouti has accepted the Qatari-mediated resolution, he added, five years later - neither the delimitation of the borders not the exchange of Prisoners-of-War has been implemented, in lieu of the agreement.


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