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  • Jehovah's Witnesses Eritrea
    20 years and counting: Three Jehovah's Witnesses jailed in Eritrea await trial
    To be a Jehovah’s Witness in this country means that for the men, women and children known for their hallmark door-to-door ministry, the most severe level of opposition that the doorstep preachers may encounter might be an apathetic...
  • U.S. is one of only two nations who tax their citizens outside the country
    U.S. is one of only two nations who tax their citizens outside the country
    In an ironic turn of events in the 21st century, it is the United States who has become front and center the very essence of fascism that for decades we blamed dictators and other tyrannical governments of being. And even more ironic to this is...
  • The Christian cross
    Eritrean Christian woman who refuses to renounce her faith dies in prison
    It's reported that a Christian woman has died in an Eriteran prison because of the harsh conditions she suffered while there.She was denied medical treatment and as a result died from pneumonia. Wehazit Berhane Debesai was imprisoned because...
  • Fessehaye Joshua Yohannes
    Remembering Fessehaye “Joshua” Yohannes of Eritrea
    The online news this week is loaded with articles about members of a punk rock band in Russia who were sentenced to two years in prison for speaking out against the government. I don’t care for the name of the band, but that is no reason to...
  • Israeli protestors
    Deportation of South Sudanese from Israel begins
    Israel has begun the deportation of illegal immigrant workers who came from South Sudan. More are to be repatriated to their nation of origin in the days to come.The illegal immigrants come from some of the poorest, and most violent areas of...
  • Dawit Oldo
    Eritrea example: Balochistan must avoid dictatorship of single leader
    Dawit Okubatsion Woldu was born and raised in Mai-Mine sub zone of Southern Eritrea. He did his undergraduate degree at the University of Asmara, at the capital, in African archaeology and history.After three years of teaching at the University of...
  • The UN Security Council discusses Eritrea
    Ethiopia, Eritrea in war of words
    Ethiopia will take armed action against Eritrea if the United Nations does not control what it calls the terrorist state, the government said Tuesday.The Ethiopian government blames Eritrea for the Jan. 16 deaths of five Europeans in Ethiopia'...