By Tesfa-Alem Tekle
January 18, 2013 (ADDIS ABABA) – A Canadian mining company has failed to stop serious human rights abuses against Eritrean employees working at a gold-mining exploitation project, a new report by Human Rights Watch unveils.
The report released on Tuesday said Nevsun Resources Ltd has failed to stop Eritrean citizens conscripted into government service being used as forced labour at a gold-mining operations known as the Bisha project.
The report said a growing list of (...)
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Why TROIKA can assassinate Gen. Malong2017-01-24 20:12:15
By Simon Yel Yel
Today the subject of my pen which Western sympathizers may call it vitriol is the inscrutable TROIKA. I have written before about it and I am still continuing until TRIOKA stop (...)
Sudan’s interest in South Sudanese peace 2017-01-23 10:15:06
By Rashid Abdi
Sudan and South Sudan’s relationship is of vital importance to resolving conflicts in both countries. Khartoum, and other countries in the region, clearly benefit from a stable (...)