ሓደ ካብ’ቲ ኣብ ዝሓለፈ ክፍለ ዘመን፣ ኣብ ልዕሊ ኤርትራን ኤርትራዊያንን ዝተፈጸመ፣ ኣዝዩ ዘስካሕክሕ ግፍዒ፣ እቲ ብወየንቲ ተጋሩ፣ ኣብ ልዕሊ ኣብ ኢትዮጵያ ዝነብሩ ዝነበሩ ኤርትራዊያን ዝተፈጸመ ማእሰርቲ፣ ዝምታ ማእለያ ዘይብሉ ንብረትን ጥረ ገንዘብ፣ ቅትለትን ምስጓጒን እዩ። Continue reading ኣይረሳዕናዮን!
UN official warns mass deportations risk spread of coronavirus to the region
The Ethiopian government is set to receive over 3,000 Ethiopians deported from Saudi Arabia after the kingdom took the measure in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the country. Continue reading Ethiopia to Receive Thousands of Deportees from Saudi Arabia
The release comes after a request by Ethiopian prime minister during an official visit to Riyadh, Ethiopian media reports.
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Saudi Arabia has agreed to release 1,000 Ethiopian nationals who have been in prison in the Gulf state for a variety of offenses Ethiopian state-affiliated media said. Continue reading Saudi Arabia to Release 1,000 Ethiopian Prisoners
Israeli plan to forcibly deport illegal African migrants ‘no longer on agenda’
The Israeli government has scrapped plans to deport tens of thousands of African migrants. The government informed the High Court of Justice on Tuesday that it decided to U-turn on its original plans after failing to secure a deal to deport the African asylum seekers to a third country. Continue reading Israel Cancels Plan to Deport African Migrants
Uganda’s government has announced that it will accept some 500 “interested” Eritreans and Sudanese refugees from Israel
Uganda is “positively considering” Israel’s request to take 500 Eritrean or Sudanese migrants rejected by Israel, a senior government official said on Friday, the first official confirmation of an agreement to receive African migrants whose planned deportations have caused widespread protests in Israel. Continue reading Uganda ‘Considering’ Relocation of African Migrants from Israel
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Switzerland is trying to expel as many as 3,200 “Eritreans” whose requests for asylum have been rejected years ago and receive provisional admission from the government ever since.
The State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) announced that the government starts issuing letters to these Eritreans [including other national who falsely claim Eritrean] to inform the suspension of their temporary admission as their return to Eritrea is “reasonable.” Continue reading Swiss: There Exists Better Knowledge on the Situation in Eritrea