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U.S. Gave $315 Million to Supplier of Mines Accused of Using Slave Labor.

Rookuzz / CC BY-SA 2.0 Over the past decade, the U.S. supplied an industrial chain said to involve slave labor, human rights violations and environmental destruction in Africa with $315 million in taxpayer-supported credit. The Guardian reports: Between 2007 and 2015, the US Export-Import Bank provided 48 insurance ...

- Truthdig - US

U.S. Gave $315 Million to Supplier of Mines Accused of Using Slave Labor.

Rookuzz.. / Over the past decade, the U.S. supplied an industrial chain said to involve slave labor, human rights violations and environmental destruction in Africa with $315 million in taxpayer-supported credit. The Guardian reports: Between 2007 and 2015, the US Export-Import Bank provided 48 insurance policies to the ...

- Truthdig - US

Eritrean official denies arrest of journalists.

February 21, 2017 - The Eritrean News Agency Tuesday has denied the imprisonment of Eritrean journalists working for the state-run media and accused opposition groups of fabricating "false" reports. An exiled Eritrean opposition Radio station, Eritrean Forum Radio, on Sunday said that the two journalists had been taken by ...

- SudanTribune.com - FR

Eritrea jails journalists working for state-run media.

February 19, 2027 - Eritrean authorities have reportedly jailed two journalists who had been serving for the state-owned Eritrean Radio and Television Agency, run under tight control by the country's Ministry of information. An exiled Eritrean opposition Radio station, Eritrean Forum Radio, on Sunday said that the two ...

- SudanTribune.com - FR

French university offers migrants crash course in student life.

A lawyer from Sudan, a footballer from Iran, an aeronautical engineer from Eritrea: They are among 80 migrants who have traded France's "Jungle" tent camp for a chance to earn a French degree and a new life.

- The Local - INT

UN criticises tightened Swiss policy on Eritreans.

One of the United Nations' top human rights experts says Switzerland had no good reason to crack down on Eritreans.François Crépeau, a Canadian lawyer who serves as the UN's special rapporteur on the human...

- Expatica - NL

100 UK-Bound Migrants Brawl in France.

Around a hundred UK-bound Eritrean and Sudanese migrants have engaged in a territorial brawl near a service station in northern France.

- Breitbart - US

Explorer: In Eritrea, a Diver’s Dreamscape.

The waters off this troubled nation shelter pristine reefs and a plethora of exotic fish.

- New York Times - US

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