Awash wrote:Eritrean journalists detained in Sudan
KHARTOUM: Two Eritrean opposition journalists in Sudan have been detained by Khartoum's intelligence service, an Eritrean opposition source said on Tuesday.
Abdalal Mahmoud of the Eritrean Centre for Media Services (http://www.adoulis.com) and Haroun Adam, who has also written for the foreign-based opposition website, have been held since Monday, according to the Khartoum-based opposition source.
Eritrean opposition groups are banned in neighbouring Sudan.
Agents called both writers to report to the security office on Monday but neither has returned and their phones are off, the source said, asking for anonymity.
French-based watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) ranks Eritrea last of 179 countries on its 2011-12 Press Freedom Index. Sudan fares little better, at 170.
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This is sad news; the Sudanese government has developed strong working relation with HGDF and that has created difficulties on just seeking Eritreans. The best way for prominent Eritreans is to avoid asking asylum in Sudan. The many well established HGDF spies in Sudan do what ever they want including kidnapping opposition members with impunity, as they have the tacit permission of the Sudanese government.
Hence, prominent Eritreans including journalists and those that were serving the thug should prepare ways to go to Ethiopia instead of staying in Sudan.
Fed_Up wrote:Since when the jihadist terrorists group became an opposition? Alleritrean so called oppostion group s supported by terrorists monitory junta of Ethiopia shouldn't considered as genuine opposition groups.
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