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    1. By Tesfa-Alem Tekle April 29, 2016 (ADDIS ABABA) – Eritrea and Ethiopia have respectively continue to become Africa's leading jailers of journalists, according to a new survey released Thursday by an independent watchdog. The US-based Freedom House said governments of the two east African countries continue to show little tolerance to dissent and as a result have the highest number of imprisoned...

    2. As politicians grapple with the migrant crisis experts say cash will only prop up the abusive regime – not stop the exodus The migration crisis has dominated headlines and confounded politicians, but still very little is known about Eritrea, a country from which an estimated 5,000 people are fleeing each month. Despite unaccompanied children from Eritrea being the largest group to seek refuge in...

    3. Risking all to reach Europe: one migrant's story

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsApr 14 01:44 AM

      Selam hoped that escaping from Eritrea into Sudan would be the first step towards a better life for her unborn child, away from military service and dire economic prospects. Selam -- not her real name -- was beaten, raped and shot in captivity. Despite her ordeal, two years later she set out again, joining thousands of migrants from Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia willing to risk anything to reach...

    4. Eritrea: Why People Are Leaving Eritrea

      AllAfrica.comApr 16 01:50 AM

      [Deutsche Welle] Every month as many as 5,000 people flee Eritrea, a country ruled by an authoritarian regime in which human rights violations are widespread. Oliver Ramme has just returned from a rare visit to the African nation.

    5. Why people are leaving Eritrea

      Deutsche WelleApr 15 06:40 AM
    6. Security forces in Eritrea's capital Asmara kill several young conscripts after an attempt to escape the convoy they were travelling in, opposition media report.

    7. Hangings, torture and concentration camps: the brutal reality for Christians in Eritrea.

    8. Risking all to reach Europe: one migrant's story

      AFP via Yahoo! New Zealand NewsApr 14 01:45 AM

      Khartoum (AFP) - Selam hoped that escaping from Eritrea into Sudan would be the first step towards a better life for her unborn child, away from military service and dire economic prospects.

    9. Unconfirmed reports of a massacre of conscripts as they attempted an escape provide a glimpse into Eritrea's authoritarian nightmare.

    10. Risking all to reach Europe: One migrant's story

      The Economic TimesApr 13 10:36 PM

      Selam hoped that escaping from Eritrea into Sudan would be the first step towards a better life for her unborn child, away from military service and dire economic prospects.

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