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Memo Submitted to. Date 2016-07-11
Human rights Institutes
Den svenska riksdagen
The Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea welcomes resolution 32/24, which passed without a vote on Friday, 1 July during the thirty-second session of the Human Rights Council.
GENEVA: The United Nations rights council Friday called on the African Union to investigate Eritrean leaders over alleged crimes against humanity after a damning report by a U.N. commission.
Thousands of Eritrean refugees stage rally following UN report linking Ethiopian officials to crimes against humanity
Thousands of Eritrean asylum seekers demonstrate in front of the European Union Embassy in support of a UN Commission of Inquiry to examine human rights abuses by the Eritrean dictatorship.
By Inbal Ben Yehuda
Human Rights Watch notes with deep concern the conclusion of the Commission of Inquiry that many of the abuses committed in Eritrea, primarily those related to indefinite national service; imprisonment without trial; denial of rights to speech, press, assembly, and practice of religion; use of torture, and inhumane conditions of imprisonment, are widespread and systematic.
The neighbours are bitter enemies, with tens of thousands of troops dug into trenches eyeing each other along the heavily fortified frontier.