Eritrea

 
Eritrea's new normal: The tragedy and the struggle for change
Eritrea's new normal: The tragedy and the struggle for change
Thousands of African refugees and migrants are trapped in Libya, where they are exposed to enslavement, torture and rape. A vast network of...
An Ethiopia-backed port is changing power dynamics in the Horn of Africa
An Ethiopia-backed port is changing power dynamics in the Horn of Africa
When Eritrea gained its independence from Ethiopia in 1993, Ethiopia became landlocked and therefore dependent on its neighbours – especially...
Climate change demands that we must adapt
Climate change demands that we must adapt
After many years of speculation about climate change, it is a reality and something we cannot ignore any longer. It is wreaking havoc, as evidenced...
Sudan’s state-supported smugglers
Sudan’s state-supported smugglers
Hussein Salman seemed to live a charmed life. Despite driving around in an undocumented car, which attracted nine separate police reports, he was...
Rwanda, Uganda deny Israel deal to host African migrants
Rwanda, Uganda deny Israel deal to host African migrants
Rwanda and Uganda have rejected claims of signing a controversial deal to take in African migrants from Israel.
Two years behind schedule, Somaliland finally heads to the polls
Two years behind schedule, Somaliland finally heads to the polls
The presidential election in Somaliland - the nation that doesn’t officially...
Promised land not for Eritreans
Promised land not for Eritreans
It’s a hot day in Tel Aviv. As the sun reflects off the windows of parked cars on Levinsky Street, Teklit Michael is pedalling his bicycle. He...
Asmara, the capital of Art Deco
Asmara, the capital of Art Deco
The Fiat Tagliero in Eritrea is described as the world’s most beautiful petrol station. Built to resemble an aeroplane in flight, with 18m solid...
'US behind Eritrean exodus'
'US behind Eritrean exodus'
Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki has claimed the exodus of youth to Europe is a deliberate policy fomented by foreign powers to weaken the...
Journalists in Africa: Unite against tyranny
Journalists in Africa: Unite against tyranny
Seyoum, my brother. I have been meaning to write to your president, Isaias Afwerki. He has kept you incarcerated for the past 14 and a half years,...
Eritrea unleashes its troll patrol
Eritrea unleashes its troll patrol
Daniel Mekonnen has been the target of online attacks from forces loyal to the Eritrean regime for more than a decade. They range from abusive emails...
Eritreans stranded in hostile SA
Eritreans stranded in hostile SA
Jimmy left home for South Africa a decade ago because of the fear and abuse he suffered in Eritrea's compulsory national service. He is part of a...

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