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ክልቲኤን ሱዳን ኣብ ኩነታት ምስሓብ ሰራዊት ደቡብ ሱዳን ካብ ሄግሊጅ ተጋራጫዊ ሓበሬታ ይህባ‘ለዋ።ደቡባውያን ካብ‘ታ ከተማ ብፈቃድና ወፂእና‘ለና ክብሉ ከለው፣ሱዳን ግና ብሓይልና ተቆፃፂረያ‘ለኹ ትብል።
ኣብ ሕ/መ ኣምባሳደር ሱዳን ዓሊ ኦስማን፣ሰራዊት ሱዳን ንሄግሊጅ ድሕሪ ውግእ ተቆፃፂርዋ‘ሎ ኢሎም።
”ሰራዊት ሱዳን ነቶም ወረርቲ ካብ ሄግሊጅ ከምዘባረሮም ክገልፀልኩም ከለኹ፣ዝላዓለ ታሕጓስን ክብሪን‘ዩ ዝስማዓኒ” ኢሎም እቶም ኣምባሳደር።
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Hrity spent three months chained to half a dozen people on a basement floor, beaten with sticks and chains that gave off electric shocks, on a ration of just a spoonful of rice a day.
Now in Israel, the 26-year-old migrant from Eritrea said she was freed only after a $30,000 ransom was delivered in cash to Israeli accomplices of her Bedouin Arab captors.
“I can’t believe I survived it all. I still feel very weak and dizzy just standing sometimes,” she said, telling the story of her captivity and journey across Egypt’s Sinai desert, translated by her cousin Teklezghi,
An American citizen who attends a Portland-area mosque is seeking asylum in Sweden. He says the FBI detained him for questioning, preventing his return home from a trip overseas.
Yonas Fike’s family is Eritrean. They came to the U.S. when Fikre was 12. He moved to Portland in 2006.
In late 2009, Fikre says he went to Sudan to see if he could find workthrough family connections. The following spring, he was asked to come to the US embassy. He says he was taken to meet with two men who identified themselves as FBI from Portland who asked questions about the mosque he’d attended in Portland, Masjid al-Sabr.