In this week’s highlights: The Elders address UNSC on Tigray; Refugees in Ethiopia approved for resettlement refused departure in Addis, say witnesses; UN urges opening of Tigray for aid; 29 Tigrayan bodies found in the river between Sudan and Ethiopia; 5,000 Ethiopian migrants blocked in Yemen; Ethiopia’s competing alliances; Over 23,000 refugees returned to Libya this year; More than 10,000 refugees attempted to cross from Tunisia to Italy; NGOs warn that extension of fingerprint database is a threat to refugee privacy; UK may push back refugees crossing the Channel; Migrants stuck at the EU-Belarus border facing dire conditions; Migrants and refugees arrested on unlawful reentry charges in Italy; Asylum seekers in Lesbos living in precarious temporary camp; and Education of refugee children “now under threat”.
Eritreans in Germany:
The tentacles of the Eritrean Regime are long enough to still reach into Germany. Those who are living there are still being held hostage. Let us glimpse into this parallel world.
This is a translation of the article “Eritreer in Deutschland. Von wegen Freiheit” published in Frankfurter Allgemeine, on 12th May 2016. Original text by Morten Freidel.