Eritreans Sue E.U. Over Use of Forced Labor Back Home
An Amsterdam-based group has filed a lawsuit against the European Union for funding an infrastructure project in Eritrea built by conscripts.
The Inventive Chef Who Kept His 700 Paintings Hidden
Ficre Ghebreyesus had no art gallery representation during his lifetime. Now his widow is working with Galerie Lelong in New York to show the work that summed up his search for identity.
New U.S. Travel Ban Shuts Door on Africa’s Biggest Economy, Nigeria
The visa rules will affect nearly a quarter of the people on the African continent, including many hoping to join loved ones already in the U.S.
Trump Administration Adds Six Countries to Travel Ban
President Trump added Africa’s biggest country, Nigeria, as well as Myanmar, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Sudan and Tanzania, to his restricted travel list.
How Forced Labor in Eritrea Is Linked to E.U.-Funded Projects
As it aims to stem the flow of migrants from Africa and bring about change in a dictatorship, the European Union is spending millions on projects built by people in forced conscription.
Abiy Ahmed Won the Nobel Peace Prize. Now He Needs to Earn It.
The Abyssinian spring in Ethiopia has entered a critical phase.
Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopian Prime Minister
Mr. Abiy spearheaded a peace accord in his region and catalyzed reforms at home.
At the Tour de France, Some Just Try to Survive to Ride Another Day
A time trial. A chase car. A wild ride at the Tour de France.
A Court in Sicily Frees Eritrean Accused of Smuggling Migrants
A verdict determined that the Eritrean man arrested in Sudan in 2016 was not the smuggling kingpin that authorities believed him to be.
A Reclusive Nation Cracks Open Its Doors
Eritrea’s 20-year war with neighboring Ethiopia is finally over. A journalist with roots in both nations visited to see if Eritrea can turn away from years of isolation.
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