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  1. Eritrea’s president reiterated his support for Saudi Arabia’s battle against militants, without commenting on a United Nations report that said the kingdom and the United Arab Emirates were paying the African country to help their military campaign in Yemen.

  2. A fake government decree stating that men must have 'at least two wives' has been repurposed around the world.

  3. A satirical story that Eritrean men had been ordered to marry at least two wives, which has been shared across Africa, is condemned by Eritrean officials.

  4. A United Nations delegation concluded a visit to Eritrea, where it discussed human rights and humanitarian needs with the Horn of Africa country’s government.

  5. Eritrean officials are outraged over a satirical news article reporting that men in the country were ordered to marry at least two wives or face life imprisonment, according to BBC News. The hoax on mandatory polygamy in Eritrea went viral on social media this week and some news sites in other African nations reported the story as if it were true. "Even a madman in [the Eritrean capital] Asmara...

  6. Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki on Saturday dismissed fears the Horn of African nation faces a food crisis, despite sweeping drought across the wider region leaving millions in need of aid. "In view of the harvest shortfall that has affected the whole Horn of Africa region, President Isaias stated that the country will not face any crisis in spite of reduced agricultural output," the ...

  7. Eritrea is in its second year of drafting a new constitution and may submit it to a referendum by the Horn of Africa nation’s people once complete, President Isaias Afwerki said.

  8. New York, Jan 28 : The United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, Kyung-wha Kang, wrapped up a three-day visit to Eritrea on Tuesday, where she urged broader support for the Government's efforts to meet basic needs and build resilience of the country's most vulnerable communities.

  9. The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has urged the authoritarian government of Eritrea to release Patriarch Abune Antonio, who was illegally removed as head of the Eritrean Orthodox Church and remains in detention for 10 years.

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