Eritrea: 25 Years of Independence but Still Not Free
After 30 years of civil war and dominance by neighboring Ethiopia, Eritrea was declared an independent state on May 24, 1993. People celebrated and danced on the streets of the capital Asmara, writes Deutsche Welle.
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