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Radiio Erena : 14 July 2015
As many as 100 bodies believed to be sub-saharan migrants have been found in the sea and the shores of the Tajoura, a coastal town about 10kms east of Tripoli, according to spokesman for the capital’s anti-immigration department.
Details are still a bit sketchy but a the spokesman said there were women and children among the dead. He could not confirm their numbers or indicate their nationality. They are believed to be the victims of a shipwreck off Tajoura, which is known as a sending spot for migrants heading for Europe on boats.
Radio Erena : 15 July 2015
At a critical moment in what the United Nations has dubbed “a year for global action,” the Third International Conference on Financing for Development kicked off today in the Ethiopian capital with calls to ensure the necessary resources to improve people's lives while protecting the planet.
“You have recognized that in a world in which both the global population and resource constraints are growing, development finance needs a reboot,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told the opening in Addis Ababa of the Conference, also known as FFD3.
Radio Erena: 15 July 2015
A total of 148 migrants trying to sail to the Greek island of Lesbos were detained earlier on Monday in two separate groups.
On early Monday morning, 101 migrants also trying to sail to the Greek island of Lesbos were detained near the coast of Ayvacik in Canakkale province by the coast guard. They were reportedly from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria.
Radio Erena: 14 July 2015
Anti-Immigration Jewish extremists have reportedly torched a young Eritrean immigrant at a recreation site in Tel Aviv, Israel.
In an interview he gave to Radio Erena, the extremists sprinkled the 39-year-old Eritrean victim - knows as Tedros, with a fire agent and lit him up with a cigarette lighter
He said he was able to get medical help after fellow immigrants reported to police and medical emergency services, when they found him in the streets as he was being burned.
Radio Erena: 14 July 2015
The legendary Eritrean singer – song writer and author of many literary books – Asress Tessema passed away on the 11th of July at the age of 81.
Asress Tessema, popularily know as an educator [hence the title ‘Memhir’ – a Tigrigna word for a teacher], was one of the founding members of Asmara Theatre Association [locally know as Ma.T.A – Mahber Tiyatr Asmara]. He was also an author of many literary books in Tigrigna.
Memhir Asress was also a renowned song-writer. One of the most popular Tigrigna songs ‘Eti Gezana Abi hidmo tKhan qunchi meliOmo’ – sang by the late Teberih Tesfahuney was banned by the Ethiopian regime at the time for their politically loaded messages.
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