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Synonyms for Eritrea

an African country to the north of Ethiopia on the Red Sea

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There were 27,018 Eritreans and 7,731 Sudanese in Israel as of March 2, 2017, according to the PIBA.
24) Significantly, Eritrean embassy and consulate officials in European and North American countries collect an involuntary 2 per cent income tax from Eritreans who work abroad, (25) described as a "rehabilitation and recovery tax" (mehwey gibri).
Far from enjoying its independence, for which they sacrificed so much for so long, Eritreans find their country so unlivable that they take unimaginable risks to leave it behind.
October 28, 2016 -- Two members of the Eritrean air force defected to Ethiopia by flying a military aircraft to Mekelle, the capital of northern Tigray region bordering Eritrea, an Eritrean opposition group confirmed on Friday.
In the struggle for independence, which was the main aim of the League, we see first an early period with different peaceful strategies aimed at collaborating with any Eritrean organization that also argued for independence.
citizens will not receive the requisite exit permit from Eritrean authorities.
On May 1, 2014, Sudanese authorities in eastern Sudan handed 30 Eritreans over to Eritrean security forces," the group said, citing information from two advocates who were in telephone contact with the group.
It has been estimated that 3,000 Eritreans flee their impoverished and repressive homeland every month.
Likewise, Eritreans living in Kansas City, USA, donated 36 thousand Nakfa to the Orphanage in Godaif here in As mara.
Speaking to Khaleej times, Yohannes said that during the past 20 years, the Eritreans have enjoyed the dignity and freedom.
Director of the institute, Muhammad Bakri, told Arab News that the institute aims at upgrading the educational level of the Eritrean youth.
TRIPOLI: Libya said on Thursday that it has granted some 400 Eritreans permission to stay after human rights group warnings that refugees and asylum seekers among them risked abuse if forcibly repatriated.
3) In addition, the Land Commission, a relic of Dergue rule, has recently attempted to grant usufructuary rights to housing and farming land to Eritreans equally, regardless of sex, belief, race, or clan.