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Italian prosecutors fail to prove identity of suspected human trafficker.

Prosecutors' case falling apart under flurry of reports that the real smuggling kingpin is still at large and the man on trial is an Eritrean refugee

- The Globe and Mail - CA

Nevsun finds more mineralisation at Eritrea-based Bisha, satellite deposits.

Canadian base metals producer Nevsun Resources has found more mineralisation at its flagship Bisha mine and satellite deposits in Eritrea, on the Horn of Africa. Drilling undertaken in 2016 has increased the inferred resource at the Harena deposit by nearly 130% to 25-million tonnes grading 0.93% copper, 4.76% zinc, 0.8 g/t ...

- Mining Weekly - ZA

Egypt's Strategic Water Security: The myth and the truth.

By Ermias Hailu Following to the end of the second world war Egypt's failure to integrate Eritrea to its territories, due to Emperor Haile Selassie's superior diplomatic skills, the then Pan- Arab nationalistic President Nasser's government turned to ethnic and religious subversion against Ethiopia. In 1955 Egypt began ...

- SudanTribune.com - FR

Nevsun finds more mineralisation at Eritrea-based Bisha, satellite deposits.

Canadian base metals producer Nevsun Resources has found more mineralisation at its flagship Bisha and satellite deposits in Eritrea, on the Horn of Africa. 2016 drilling has increased the inferred resource at the Harena deposit by nearly 130% to 25-million tonnes grading 0.93% copper, 4.76% zinc, 0.8 g/t gold and 31 g/t ...

- Mining Weekly - ZA

Eritrea: 18 years later, father finds lost son.

Article | The ICRC team that tracks down separated family members located Michael's son, Amanuel, who was living in Australia.

- ICRC - INT

Face to face with the Eritrean exodus into Ethiopia.

Scores of Eritreans furtively cross into Ethiopia every day – a refugee life holds more promise than staying home

- UN - INT

Eritrea: The foot pump that changed the lives of Letina and her family.

Article | The ICRC distributed foot pumps to farmers, in mainly women headed households, to improve the lives of the people and the wider community.

- ICRC - INT

Eritrea to Ethiopia, Mosul worsens, and Boko Haram bombs: The Cheat Sheat.

Every week, IRIN’s team of editors takes a look at what lies ahead on our humanitarian agenda and curates a selection of some of the best reports, opinion, and journalism you may have missed:

- UN - INT

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