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Postby ቢተወደድ1 » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:54 pm

Sudan condemned for 'deporting Eritreans'
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The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) says it is "deeply concerned" by reports that 30 young asylum-seekers have been deported from Sudan to Eritrea.

In a statement, the UNHCR's deputy representative for Sudan, Elizabeth Tan, said:

Radio Dabanga, an international broadcaster focused on Sudan's Darfuri population, reports that "Sudanese courts deported 104 Eritrean refugees in August and sentenced others to imprisonment for their 'illegal infiltration into the Sudanese territory'".

The forcible return of refugees to their country of origin is a serious violation of international refugee law.

They were deported on charges of illegal entry into Sudan, which is not supported under international refugee law... [These charges] are waived in the case of refugees."

Privately owned Radio Dabanga, which broadcasts to Sudan from the Netherlands, reports that Sudanese courts deported 104 Eritrean refugees in August and sentenced others to imprisonment after they were accused of "illegal infiltration into the Sudanese territory".
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Postby እሰፋ ማሩ » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:28 pm

አልጀዘሪያ የዘገበው ኢትዮጲያዊያን በገፍ እንደሚሰደዱ ነው፡፡ምሳሌው እንደሚል የራስህ እያረረ የሰው አታማስል!ወያኔ ሃገሪቱ በኢኮኖሚ አደገች ቢልም እውነቱ ግን በግፍና በዘር ልዩነት ከኢትዮጲያ የሚሰደዱት ቁጥር እየጨመረ ነው፡፡
Al Jazeera-If Ethiopia is so vibrant, why are young people leaving?
The latest tragedies may temporarily united Ethiopians but doubts about the country’s economic growth.
April 28, 2015 2:00AM ET
Hassen Hussein @HusseinHxhuss10
Within a week, Ethiopians were hit with a quadruple whammy. On April 19, the Libyan branch of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) released a shocking video purporting to show the killings and beheadings of Ethiopian Christians attempting to cross to Europe through Libya. This came only days after an anti-immigrant mob in South Africa killed at least three Ethiopian immigrants and wounded many others. Al Jazeera America reported that thousands of Ethiopian nationals were stranded in war-torn Yemen. And in the town of Robe in Oromia and its surroundings alone, scores of people were reportedly grieving over the loss of family members at sea aboard a fateful Europe-bound boat that sank April 19 off the coast of Libya with close to 900 aboard.

These tragedies may have temporarily united Ethiopians of all faiths and ethnic backgrounds. But they have also raised questions about what kind of desperation drove these migrants to leave their country and risk journeys through sun-scorched deserts and via chancy boats.

The crisis comes at a time when Ethiopia’s economic transformation in the last decade is being hailed as nothing short of a miracle, with some comparing it to the feat achieved by the Asian “tigers” in the 1970s. Why would thousands of young men and women flee their country, whose economy is the fastest growing in Africa and whose democracy is supposedly blossoming? And when will the exodus end?
After the spate of sad news, government spokesman Redwan Hussein said the tragedy “will be a warning to people who wish to risk and travel to Europe through the dangerous route.” Warned or not, many youths simply do not see their dreams for a better life realized in Ethiopia. Observers cite massive poverty, rising costs of living, fast-climbing youth unemployment, lack of economic opportunities for the less politically connected, the economy’s overreliance on the service sector and the requirement of party membership as a condition for employment as the drivers behind the exodus.
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