July 05, 2017
Eritrea: Anecdotes of Indefinite Anarchy
If available at all, facts about many crucial issues in Eritrea fail to capture the reality in the country. Reading the news about Eritrea, an outsider would not understand the… Read more »
June 18, 2017
Djibouti: Why Did Qatar Leave the Djibouti-Eritrea Border?
The media has been quick to associate Qatar's decision to withdraw its peacekeeping forces from the disputed Djibouti-Eritrea border with the Gulf crisis. This connection was most… Read more »
June 17, 2017
Djibouti: AU Calls for Calm Amid Djibouti-Eritrea Border Tensions
The African Union (AU) has urged Djibouti and Eritrea to show "restraint" as tensions over a disputed border territory intensified and threatened to revive a longstanding and at… Read more »
June 16, 2017
Djibouti: Djibouti Accuses Eritrea of Occupying Disputed Area
Djibouti's foreign minister has accused neighbouring Eritrea of occupying a disputed territory along their border shortly after Qatar peacekeepers left the location this week. Read more »
May 24, 2017
Eritrea: Remembering the Eritrean Dream On Independence Day
Twenty-six years ago today, Eritrea's 30-year war of independence against Ethiopia ended with Eritrean freedom fighters marching to the capital, Asmara. Unfortunately, it took less… Read more »
April 02, 2017
Africa: Why Are African Men and Women Still Fleeing to Yemen?
Conflict has been raging in Yemen since 2015, yet people from Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea remain undeterred to thread on the perilous routes only to encounter dangerous… Read more »
March 26, 2017
Africa: Can Resettlement Prevent Irregular Migration?
By the time Dawit arrived in Ethiopia aged 29, he had been twice arrested and imprisoned by the Eritrean government. We met Dawit in a refugee camp called Adi Harush in Northern… Read more »
December 29, 2016
North Africa: The Year the World Stopped Caring About Refugees
The number of refugees who drowned in the Mediterranean this year rose to an annual record. Read more »
November 23, 2016
Uganda: Eritrean Refugees in Israel Sent to Uganda and Rwanda
The sky was still an inky black when the flight from Cairo touched down at Entebbe Airport near Kampala, the capital of Uganda, one morning in mid-January, the fluorescent glow… Read more »
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