Amid Border Wrangles, Eritreans Wrestle With Staying or Going

An unexpected rapprochement last year between Ethiopia and Eritrea, and the subsequent opening of the border, seemed to offer hope of a more lenient approach toward freedom of movement by the repressive Eritrean government, write Milena Belloni and James Jeffrey for The New Humanitarian.

Photo: Jacapo

A street in Asmara, Eritrea (file photo).

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