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The Eritrean government continues to demolish residential houses in Central Zone

Radio Erena: 02 October 2015


The Eritrean government ordered the demolition of several residential houses in Central Zone in the localities of Godaief and Hemberti, confirmed Radio Erena source.

The operation, which was the continuation of series of operations, was executed during the religious holidays of Meskel for Christians and Eid Al Adha of the Muslim followers.

The government alleges that the houses were built by individuals who illegally acquired part of government-allotted lands without the blessing of the government.


An Eritrean asylum seeker in Israel killed his fellow Eritrean woman by stoning

Radio Erena: 02 October 2015


An Eritrean asylum seeker in Israel killed his fellow Eritrean young woman stoning in the Israeli capital of Tel Aviv on Monday the 28th of September, reported the Jerusalem Post.

The 33-year-old suspect, whose name hasn’t been released yet, was able to kill the 29-year-old young woman in the middle of Tel Aviv despite efforts by many bystanders to stop him.


Eritrea and Egypt held talks on Security issues in the Red Sea

Radio Erena: 01 October 2015

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The Eritrean Minister of Foreign Affairs – Mr. Osman Saleh met with the leader of the Egyptian delegation to the UN 70th General Assembly meeting– Mr. Sameh Shoukri in regards to security and stability in the Red Sea region on Tuesday the 22nd of September in New York City.

According to the Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesperson, the two sides have also talked about bilateral issues, terrorism and current regional state of affairs that focused on South Sudan, Yemen and Libya.


Yemen receives over 10,000 new arrivals by sea since start of conflict in March

Radio Erena : 16 July 2015


Thousands of people have been tricked into going to Yemen since the start of the current conflict in March, according to the latest figures made available by the UN refugee agency on Tuesday (July 14).

UNHCR Yemen Representative Johannes van der Klaauw said the agency had recorded some 10,500 new arrivals, a mix of returning refugees and those fleeing conflicts elsewhere in the region, to Yemen since the start of the conflict on March 26, but said thousands had also fled the country.


Three members of an Eritrean family were gunned down in South Sudan

Radio Erena: 16 July 2015

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A father, son and another close relative of an Eritrea family were reportedly killed by unidentified gunman in the South Sudanese town of Meridah, reported an eyewitness from the town.

According to the eyewitness accounts, the three victims, who were gunned down last week, were known to have been involved in small business sector. The eyewitness added that the residents are shocked by the incident.

Eritrean and Ethiopian business owners have been the target of robbery and vandalism in South Sudan, pointed out the reports from the town.


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