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Cristiano D'Orsi | August 8, 2018 | The Conversation Ethiopia and Eritrea have signed an historic agreement to end the 20-year conflict between the two countries. The breakthrough has been widely welcomed given the devastating effects the conflict has had on both countries as well as the region. The tension between the two countries led to Eritrea taking steps that … [Read more...] about Eritrea has slashed conscription. Will it stem the flow of refugees?
11 Aug 2015, Aljazeera English Eritrea does not have a war or famine, but hundreds cross the border into Ethiopia every day. Eritrea does not have a war or famine, but it accounts for the second largest number of asylum seekers arriving in Europe after Syria. Many Eritreans also make the dangerous trek across their border to find refuge in Ethiopia. Most of those fleeing … [Read more...] about Eritreans fleeing conscription seek refuge in Ethiopia
Asmara (HAN) May 10,2015, By Yemane Abselom—Eritrea has had a long history of mining industry starting with colonization period when Italy had established mining industry at Karora, Debarewa, and Augaro. After independence, the government of Eritrea passed a mining law that fosters a favorable environment for foreign investment in the sector knowing full well it could play a … [Read more...] about Eritrea Blossoming Beautifully at 24
By Helena Smith in Athens, Saturday 25 April 2015, The Guardian (UK) One compelling image has come to represent all the Greek people who treated desperate migrants like fellow human beings It was an image that has come to symbolise desperation and valour: the desperation of those who will take on the sea – and the men who ferry human … [Read more...] about Migrant boat crisis: the story of the Greek hero on the beach