Eritrea

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Tigray rebels start handing over weapons to Ethiopian army
Surrendering weapons is a central part of the November ceasefire agreement which seeks to end a conflict that has killed thousands

Guardian staff and agencies

11, Jan, 2023 @5:38 AM

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‘I’m scared to think what Ethiopia will become’: Tigray war refugees fear return
A fragile peace has been restored but for the tens of thousands of displaced people who fled to Sudan there is no prospect of going home

Tom Gardner and Claire Wilmot in Um Rakuba, Sudan

05, Jan, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Home Office urged to reunite Eritrean family separated as they boarded boat
Appeal for UK authorities to bring over mother who was left in France after smugglers departed shore with her three children

Diane Taylor

29, Dec, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Race against time for sick patients after Ethiopia peace deal
Restart of aid imminent after surprise deal earlier this week brought prospect of end to blockade and one of Africa’s deadliest conflicts

Jason Burke and Lizzy Davies

05, Nov, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Stop Eritrea’s ‘war-funding diaspora tax’, say MPs and lords
UK parliamentarians call for inquiry into 2% levy on Eritreans abroad, amid fears that it fuels Tigray war

A Guardian reporter

04, Nov, 2022 @9:22 AM

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Postponement of Tigray peace talks latest blow in Ethiopia’s hidden war
Airstrikes, malnutrition and disease have claimed thousands of lives in one of the most deadly but least reported conflicts in the world

Jason Burke

08, Oct, 2022 @3:00 PM

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Eritrean refugees say they are being arbitrarily detained in Ethiopian camps
Exclusive: Tigrinya speakers say they face beatings, detention and privation, and blame UN for ‘abandoning’ them, despite right to be in Ethiopia

Lucy Kassa

28, Jul, 2022 @5:30 AM

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Lavrov’s African tour another front in struggle between west and Moscow
Analysis: Foreign minister seeks to win friends and influence people in countries where closeness can be traced back to USSR

Jason Burke Africa correspondent

25, Jul, 2022 @1:28 PM

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A moment that changed me: after losing my hearing, newspapers helped me find a way to cope
The psychological effects of going deaf as a child were unbearable. But after stumbling across a front-page headline, reading the news helped me discover new worlds

Saleh Addonia

13, Apr, 2022 @7:00 AM

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‘Nowhere on earth are people more at risk than Tigray,’ says WHO chief
Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says even with war in Ukraine, the world must not forget the crisis unfolding ‘out of sight’ in Ethiopia’s northern region

Lizzy Davies

17, Mar, 2022 @7:30 AM

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Dee Humphries obituary
Other lives: New Zealand-born science teacher who loved to travel even into old age

Clare Antenen

01, Mar, 2022 @9:52 PM

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Alex, Filmon, Mulue and Osman thought they were safe in Britain. So why did the teenage friends take their own lives?
After perilous journeys fleeing human rights abuse in Eritrea, the four boys had arrived safely in the UK. Yet in the space of 16 months they were all dead. What went wrong?

Amelia Gentleman

23, Feb, 2022 @10:00 AM

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