January 29, 2013 (LONDON) - Activists say that over 2,000 Eritreans including opposition politicians’ held a demonstration in London on Tuesday seeking democratic change in one of the world’s most politically repressive nations.
In an email sent to Sudan Tribune, organisers said the rallies were in support of last week’s siege at the ministry of information in Asmara by dissident soldiers.
On Monday 21 January, some 200 Eritrean soldiers with two tanks occupied Eritrea’s ministry of (...)
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