News and updates about Eritrea
Appeals Court: Expel illegal Eritrean migrants
Jerusalem Appeals Court recommends Eritrean citizens be deported back to homeland in view of 'rampant crime' and 'judicial incompetence'.
Dramatic development in Eritrea
Military service in Eritrea to be shortened to 18 months only. Bennett: The illegal infiltrators must return to their homes.
A legal blow to illegal Eritrean immigrants
Swiss court rules that danger of being drafted into Eritrean military insufficient to prevent deportation of Eritrean migrants.
'Hell in southern Tel Aviv'
Head of the Hatikva neighborhood in Tel Aviv blasts government for failing to deal with violent riots by infiltrators.
Eritrea's President slams Israel’s migrant deportation plan
Says asylum seekers paid 'high price' to human traffickers to reach Israel and 'deserve' far more than $3,500 being offered, 'like $50,000.'
Gravestones vandalized in Jewish cemetery in Eritrea
Vandals topple, smash gravestones at Jewish cemetery in Eritrean capital.
Swiss court: No impediment to forcible deportation
Swiss Federal court rules that no visible danger exists in returning immigrant to Eritrea, orders her deportation.
EU: Safe to send Eritreans home
European Union report says it's safe to send Eritreans home, returnees face no consequences.
'No reason Eritrean illegal immigrants can't be sent back'
Former Minster Eli Yishai says that the time has come for Israel to return illegal migrants from Eritrea to their homeland.
Danish Report Finds Eritreans Aren't Refugees
Governmental study finds no danger posed to returning Eritrean army deserters and illegal immigrants, sparks call for Israeli action.
Brawl During Eritrean Ambassador's Speech
Massive brawl as the Eritrean ambassador to Israel visits northern Israel. 11 Eritreans injured, many arrested.
Flight Arrives in Israel After Emergency Landing
An El Al flight that made its way from Thailand and was forced to make an emergency landing in Eritrea arrived safely in Israel.
State: Third Country Willing to Take Illegals
The state told the High Court that Israel had made arrangements with another country to accept Eritrean and Sudanese 'economic refugees'
Lawless Sinai Poses Danger for African Migrants
Many African refugees seeking asylum in Israel face kidnapping and torture by criminal gangs in the Sinai peninsula.
Yishai Steps Up Campaign Against Infiltrators
Interior Minister Eli Yishai announces that illegal infiltrators from North Sudan will be placed in holding facilities.
Youth Infiltrators Escape from Holding Facility
Six youths aged between 14 and 18, who infiltrated from Ethiopia and Eritrea, escape from holding facility. Two have been caught.