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Human Rights Watch notes with deep concern the conclusion of the Commission of Inquiry that many of the abuses committed in Eritrea, primarily those related to indefinite national service; imprisonment without trial; denial of rights to speech, press, assembly, and practice of religion; use of torture, and inhumane conditions of imprisonment, are widespread and systematic.
The neighbours are bitter enemies, with tens of thousands of troops dug into trenches eyeing each other along the heavily fortified frontier.
Addis Ababa - Arch-rivals Ethiopia and Eritrea traded blame on Monday for a border battle in which "significant" casualties were reported, one of the worst clashes since the end of a 1998-2000 border war.
UN investigation reports a litany of crimes committed in Eritrea since 1991, including enslavement, rape and murder.
Proposal intended to stop refugees reaching southern Europe, according to draft document seen by the Guardian
Europe is considering whether to forge ahead with a plan to work with repressive African regimes in an attempt to stem migration flows, according to the draft version of a policy expected to be finalised by European officials on Tuesday.
Most women and girls were gang raped daily by Bedouin traffickers; many men raped as well. Vered Lee Jun 06, 2016
When Dat (not his real name), a 29-year-old victim of human trafficking, tries to talk about the torture he suffered in the Sinai desert, his thin body cringes, his eyes cloud over and he says: “I still can’t talk about what happened to me while I was in captivity. Not even today.”
LONDON — At first, the baby looked as "if it were alive."
But when a German rescuer who gave his name as Martin looked closer, he noticed the "shining, friendly but motionless eyes" and the body that looked like a doll with its "arms and tiny fingers stretched toward the sky."