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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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An Israeli Extremist chops off an Eritrean Immigrant’s Hand

Radio Erena: 09 July 2015

chops hand

A 25-year-old Eritrean had his hand chopped off by an anti-immigration Jewish extremist.

According to the news confirmed by Radio Erena correspondent, the Israeli picked on the young Eritrean at a bus stop in the localities of Bardisca as he was waiting for a bus asking him why he was starring at him. Minutes later, the Israeli came back with a cleaver meaning to kill the victim. However, since the victim used his hand to protect his head, the cleaver lay on this hand and chopped it off.

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An Eritrean Immigrant found dead in a French-Britain Tunnel

Radio Erena: 09 July 2015

Eu report

An Eritrean immigrant in bound to Great Britain from France was found dead in the tunnel between those countries at dawn on Tuesday the 7th of July.

Although the death of the Eritrean is still under investigation, many believe the cause of his death might be by electrocution of the high voltage of the railroad.

This death report in the tunnel of an Eritrean immigrant is the second one in the past two weeks.

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Pro-change Eritreans from all over Europe held a demonstration in Geneva

Radio Erena: 27 June 2015

Report by Biniam Simon

demoge

Pro-change Eritreans from various parts of Europe held a peaceful demonstration in the Swiss capital of Geneva on Friday the 26th of June in support of the United Nations Commission of Inquiry (COI) findings that the Eritrean government may have committed crimes against humanity.

The demonstrators, who marched to the UN office in Geneva, have also called upon the UN to take swift measures against President Isaias Afwerki and other high government officials who are reported to have committed the crime. They also called for an end to the dictatorial regime in Eritrea.

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Eritreans in Ethiopia held a rally in support of the COI report

Radio Erena: 27 June 2015

demothi

Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia held a rally in support of the United Nations Commission of Inquiry report in the capital Addis Ababa on Friday the 26th of June, reported Radio Erena representative from the city.

The demonstrators marched to the Head Quarters of the African Union and the office of the European Union and delivered letters in support of the COI findings on widespread crimes against humanity which is reportedly committed again the Eritrean people by President Isaias Afwerki’s government. The respective letters also entail the current situation in Eritrea.

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