- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsMar 24 7:48 AM
By Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - The European Union said on Tuesday it hopes development aid to Eritrea will stem a growing exodus of Eritreans attempting the dangerous journey to Europe to claim asylum there. Eritrea is now the second largest source of migrants to arrive in Italy by boat, after Syria. The United Nations and rights groups say poor human rights conditions in Eritrea are to...
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- The Durango HeraldApr 16 23:12 PM
Fort Lewis College political science professor Yohannes Woldemariam, a native of the east African country of Eritrea, was interviewed for a radio show on BBC 5 Live.The interview aired on BBC 5 Live on Thursday but now can be heard online. Woldemariam comments for a story focused on the difficulties that refugees from war-ravaged African...
- The GuardianApr 18 8:25 AM
Teenagers leave their families and risk their lives to reach the boats that traffickers promise will lead to a better life Flavio di Giacomo was having dinner in a restaurant on the Italian Mediterranean island of Lampedusa when a group of boys appeared. “I think there were eight of them, all from Eritrea. The youngest was 11 years old,” said Di Giacomo, who works for the International ...
- BBC NewsApr 18 2:05 AM
A 21-year-old student from Eritrea talks about his hopes for the future after being rescued from migrant boat bound for Italy.
- Albanian Daily NewsApr 12 2:12 AM
Some 27 clandestine from Syria and Eritrea were stopped this Sunday morning by the border police in Kakavija, near Gjirokastra. According to the police authorities, the clandestine were caught while they were trying to pass the border illegally, in a place called "Mulli".
- Financial PostMar 31 10:17 AM
Canadian mining company said vandals caused minor damage, an account that contrasts starkly with African media reports saying the mine was bombed by Ethiopan fighter jets
- AllAfrica.comApr 17 3:59 AM
[African Arguments] The humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean, in which thousands of migrants have drowned attempting to cross into Europe, highlights the urgency there is to find a solution to tackling certain forms of migration from North Africa and the Middle East.
- MENAFNApr 02 3:02 AM
(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) Eritrean Foreign Ministry has dismissed reports that alleged Iranian support to Shiite Houthi militant group was being channeled through th...
- Seeking AlphaMar 23 5:30 AM
Eritrea won independence from Ethiopia in 1993 but is now considered a state sponsor of terrorism. The Bisha mine is 60% owned by NSU and 40% by the government of Eritrea.
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