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  1. Calais crisis: Migrants that have made it to the UK reveal how Britain has matched their expectationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 1 | The Independent

    ... have become my friends and family. I am isolated and I feel scared most of the time." Abdulrahim Ali, 29, came from Eritrea in February and is living in Bradford after being granted asylum. A conscript, he spent eight years in the Eritrean army, ...

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  2. Migrants Wait With Hope and Resignation at French Camp Called 'The Jungle'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 1 | Time

    ... in the Eritrean capital of Asmara nearly a year ago, fleeing the country's compulsory life-long military service. Eritrea's repressive government scores lower on political and press freedom rankings than even North Korea. Edris has crossed the ...

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  3. African teen comes to Annapolis for a new faceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The Baltimore Sun

    Filmon Haile, from Asmara, the capital city of Eritrea, in east Africa, left, plays a video game with Matt Michael, at his home in Bowie on Thursday afternoon. Filmon Haile, from Asmara, the capital city of Eritrea, in east Africa, left, plays a video game with Matt Michael, at his home in Bowie on Thursday afternoon.

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  4. Filmon HaileRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Hometown Annapolis

    Filmon Haile, from Asmara, the capital city of Eritrea, in east Africa, left, plays a video game with Matt Michael, at his home in Bowie on Thursday afternoon. Filmon Haile, from Asmara, the capital city of Eritrea, in east Africa, left, plays a video game with Matt Michael, at his home in Bowie on Thursday afternoon.

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  5. What Cecil the lion means to ZimbabweRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | BBC News

    ... for a Zimbabwean lion - it would be like Asmara Zoo calling a lion Benito in a not so subtle nod to Mussolini, Eritrea's Italian coloniser. One hundred years ago the colonisers were wiping out animals as a kind of rite of passage throughout ...

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  6. Sunridge Signs Agreement to Purchase Net Profits Interest on the Asmara Project, EritreaRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | PR-inside.com

    FSCwire / Press Release The following press release was disseminated by FSCwire for Sunridge Gold Corp. --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Vancouver, British Columbia - Sunridge Gold Corp. . has issued a press release with the following headline: Sunridge Signs Agreement to Purchase Net Profits Interest on the Asmara Project, Eritrea To view this press release on the FSCwire website, please either click on the link below, or copy and paste the link into your browser: ..

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  7. U U O Uoe O O Uoe O U URead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Al Bawaba

    Dubai-based flydubai has announced the addition of Eritrea to its African network. Direct flights between Dubai and the capital city of Asmara will commence on 25 October 2015 with 4 flights a week.

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  8. Birhanua s baptism of fire and Terrencea s hogwash are the height of follyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Tigrai Online

    ... with the VOA Amharic service, G7 & Arbegnotch Ginbar fixer in London, Dr Tadese Biru, egged up Birhanu's visit to Eritrea by claiming that Birhanu and his entourage will soon be embedded with the soldiers in the war front. He however failed to ...

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  9. Birhanu Nega goes to Eritrea vows to overthrow the Ethiopian governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Tigrai Online

    Birhanu Nega the leader of Ginbot-7 has left the United States for Eritrea to join an armed rebel he leads against the Ethiopian government. In the above photo he is seen greeting Eritrean army officials and supposedly Ethiopian rebels.

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  10. 'Africa's North Korea' stars at the Tour de FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 18 | The Toronto Star

    Eritrea isn't a big place. The East African country has a population of 6 million or so.

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  11. Eritrean regime systematically targets naive Ethiopian nationalistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 12 | Tigrai Online

    Hundreds of real Ethiopian nationalists were lured to Eritrea and killed by the Eritrean regime because their views were a long term threat to Shabiya Since the day the Eritrean expansionist invasion of Ethiopia in June 1998, Eritrea has tried very hard to entice and recruit Ethiopians against their own country. The Eritreans were trained by Egyptian and other Middle Eastern experts how to exploit Ethiopian ethnic, religious, class, cultural, and historical differences and conflicts.

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  12. Why it matters that Eritrean cyclists are wowing the Tour de FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 12 | The Washington Post

    Eritrea's Daniel Teklehaimanot celebrates his polka dot jersey of best climber at the end of the seventh stage of the 102nd edition of the Tour de France on July 10, 2015. Eritrea isn't a big place.

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  13. Cavendish wins Tour's 7th stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 11 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    British rider Mark Cavendish won a sprint finish Friday for the 26th Tour de France stage victory of his career, while countryman Chris Froome retained the overall lead as he bids to win the race for a second time. This time there was no crash near the finish, like the one on Thursday's sixth stage that cost German rider Tony Martin a broken collarbone, forcing him to withdraw while wearing the race leader's yellow jersey.

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  14. Out of Africa ... Eritreans ride into the spotlight of Tour de France successRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland of which its charter is to develop cycling in underprivileged nations like Eritrea that gained independence from Ethiopia in 1993 after a 30-year civil war. At the WCC, he impressed before signing in late 2011 ...

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  15. Eritrea: government keeps tight restrictions on ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | Catholic World News

    The government of Eritrea, which has been cited by the UN for multiple human-rights abuses, exercises tight control over the Catholic Church, the charity Aid to the Church in Need reports. Seminarians, like all young men, are required to undergo military training.

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  16. Eritrean migrants face new asylum battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 9 | BBC News

    Eritrea, in the Horn of Africa, is not in the grip of war or famine. Yet around 5,000 Eritreans flee every month.

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  17. Ethiopia threatens action against EritreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    Ethiopia warned on Tuesday it would take necessary action against arch-rival Eritrea unless it refrains from an alleged destabilizing role in the volatile east African region. While addressing parliament, Ethiopian prime minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, accused the Eritrean government of continuing to engage in destabilizing peace and security of Ethiopia and the region at large.

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  18. Ethiopia warns Eritrean Government to restrain from its destabilizing ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | Walta Information Centre

    ... and will of the Eritrean people. Ethiopia has good diplomatic relations with all its neighboring countries except Eritrea, PM Hailemariam said. According to the Premier, the State in Eritrea has been using its destabilizing actions as an instrument ...

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  19. Eritrea faces more UN scrutiny, a step closer to global court - Friday, 03 July 2015 07:21Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2015 | Walta Information Centre

    Eritrea faces a second year of scrutiny by human rights investigators after the U.N. body overseeing them extended their mission on Thursday, a decision that may put the government at risk of referral to the International Criminal Court. The U.N. Human Rights Council asked the independent investigators to use the time to consider if the Horn of Africa country was committing "crimes against humanity" - a level of offence that can be prosecuted by the global tribunal.

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  20. Eritrea faces more U.N. scrutiny, a step closer to global courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2015 | AlertNet

    Migrants from Eritrea take part in a protest outside the European Union delegation in Israel, in Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv June 25, 2015. REUTERS/Baz Ratner GENEVA, July 2 - Eritrea faces a second year of scrutiny by human rights investigators after the U.N. body overseeing them extended their mission on Thursday, a decision that may put the government at risk of referral to the International Criminal Court.

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