February 29, 2016

12th YPFDJ Conference in Italy 24th – 28th March...

12th YPFDJ Conference in Italy 24th – 28th March 2016

12th YPFDJ Conference in Italy 24th – 28th March 2016The Young People’s Front for Democracy & Justice (YPFDJ), an Eritrean youth organisation in the Diaspora – will be holding its annual conference from 24th – 28th of March 2016 in Italy. This conference which is going to be the 12th consecutive Annual Conference in Europe, will be attended by 550 participants from YPFDJ Chapters around the world. PDF

October 28, 2015

YPFDJ Europe concluded its 6th Annual Training of...

YPFDJ Europe concluded its 6th Annual Training of Trainers Program in Bologna, Italy

YPFDJ Europe concluded its 6th Annual Training of Trainers Program in Bologna, Italy
YPFDJ TOT Boglogna 2015 Resolution Tigrigna | English Read more

October 13, 2015

Two Convicted Ethiopian War Criminals Have Been...

Two Convicted Ethiopian War Criminals Have Been Sheltering in an Italian Embassy for 24 Years

Two Convicted Ethiopian War Criminals Have Been Sheltering in an Italian Embassy for 24 Years

By Sally HaydenIt’s been nearly 25 years since Ethiopia’s Soviet-backed Derg regime was ousted. As a coalition of rebel forces approached capital city Addis Ababa on May 27, 1991, four senior ministers — accused of ordering mass killings — used the darkness of night to creep into the Italian embassy. Read more

May 14, 2015

Eritrea participates in anti-sanctions conference

Eritrea participates in anti-sanctions conference

 Eritrea participates in anti-sanctions conference

Eritrea participated in a conference held in Rome this week to assess the multi-layered consequences and ramifications of sanctions imposed on individual countries.

The one-day conference, held under the theme, “Italy and Sanctions, when geo-politics collide with markets”, was sponsored by Farefuturo Study and Research Centre. Read more

May 13, 2015

Letter from the Community of Eritreans residing in...

Letter from the Community of Eritreans residing in Italy to the Italian Order of Journalists (ODG)

Letter from the Community of Eritreans residing in Italy to the Italian Order of Journalists (ODG)Dear President Vincenzo Iacopino,

the Community of Eritreans residing in Italy writes to inform you of the discomfort we have suffered for years because of the Italian newspapers and journalists who have targeted our country publishing, almost daily, defamatory articles on Eritrea. These incessant and cruel stories hurt us to the point that we have started to feel singled out and persecuted by the Italian media.

Dear President, if you counted how many times in the last two years the Italian journalists have abused the name of Eritrea, you would comprehend that our country – out of the 54 in Africa – is the main target of this morbid attention. That way you would understand our deep discomfort.

We are concerned about some journalists in particular for the aggressive tones and contents, which in our eyes almost sound as a declaration of war, while other newspapers appear to be mere propaganda tools of the government of Ethiopia. Read more

President Isaias met and held talks with Saudi...

President Isaias held talks with Japanese...

Ethiopian Government and OLF sign Reconciliation...

President Isaias held talks with senior Ethiopian...

رتريا أرض البحر الغضب العارم الفصل الثاني...

Statement By Mr. Nebil Said, Counsellor, Permanent...