Eritrea

Brown Hotels ready to welcome tourists in new hotels and resorts across Israel and Greece

Brown Hotels Collection started as an Israeli boutique hotel group, with stylish urban hotels in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, and rapidly transformed into an international hospitality collection.

African asylum seekers wait to apply for a visa in Bnei Brak, Israel

Israel's African asylum seekers are living in limbo

Israel's government tends to take a long time processing each individual’s claim for refugee status, and rarely grants it, leaving them stuck in a country with minimal rights and an uncertain future.

By AARON ENGELBERG
19/09/2021
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Court acquits 2 men who lynched, mistook Eritrean refugee for a terrorist

Video images of the attack show Zarhum incapacitated and lying in a pool of his own blood being kicked by bystanders who thought he was an assailant.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
21/07/2020
Chef Asmait Merhatsion runs the ‘Kitchen Talks’ program

The Eritrean cooking course teaching Israelis about asylum seekers

Kitchen Talks is a social project that aims to connect different groups in Israeli society.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
07/05/2020

Exhibit showcases Israeli artists alongside artists from Eritrea and Sudan

In her exhibition ‘Other Name,’ curator Yael Fibak Ilan presents works by known Israeli artists alongside unknown artists from Eritrea and Sudan

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
27/02/2020
Police chat near a patrol car

47-year-old man allegedly raped a 4-year-old girl in Tel Aviv

The girl, who is the child of foreign citizens from Eritrea, complained that she was raped by a family friend at her father's place.

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A call to release Eritrean religious prisoners

Hopes ran high when Eritrea won its independence from Ethiopia in 1993. Instead, it has become not only one of the poorest countries on Earth

By ATHANASIUS GHEBRE-AB , YOSEF I. ABRAMOWITZ
29/08/2019
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