To be Eritrean is to fight cognitive dissonance, reconciling a committed love for the land of your country, while simultaneously hating the iron-fisted policies of its government. For Adhanom and thousands of others of the golden generation who devoted their life to the Eritrean independence struggle, daily life is comingRead More →

ዳርጋ ሓሙሽተ ዓመት ኣቢሉ ይገብር፡ ማዕበል ተቓውሞ ሓፋሽ ንግብጻዊ ውልቀመላኺ ሑስኒ ሙባረክ ካብ ስልጣኑ ቦርቂቑ ባሕጎጎ። መብዛሕቲኦም ናይ ውሽጥን ናይ ወጻእን ተዓዘብቲ፡ ግብጺ ኣብ ጎደና ዴሞክራሳዊ መጻኢ ከም ዘላ ኣመኑ፡ ገሊኦም ‘ውን ካብኡ ሓሊፎም ዴሞክራሲ ኣብ ዝብጻሕ በጺሓ’ያ ኢሎም ኣወጁ። እንትኾነ እቲ መሓመድ ሙርሲን ሰልፊ እስላማዊ ሕውነታዊ ማሕበር ንናጽነትን ፍትሕንRead More →

According to the Committee to Protect Journalists Eritrea has the most censored press in the world. Since the government banned private press in 2001, many journalist have been abducted or imprisoned without trial, including those who had reported on divisions within the ruling party. Over the years, officials have offeredRead More →

The coral wall rose from the depths of the Red Sea, a vast and multicolor canvas brimming with sea life. I swam alongside it for 200 feet, past tangled branches, swaying ferns and brain-like spheres, and then dove toward the ocean floor. A school of black-and-yellow-stripe angelfish darted around me,Read More →