For Meb Keflezighiâ€™s Last Marathon, a Special Treat and Dance
To go out in style, one of the most accomplished American distance runners gathered with family and friends at an event that acknowledged his Eritrean roots.
Only Six Nations Have Evaluated Readiness for Global Pandemic
A World Bank-sponsored study found that wealthy countries Finland, Saudi Arabia and the United States and poor nations Eritrea, Pakistan and Tanzania had gone through assessments.
Art Deco Buildings Make Asmara, Eritrea, a Unesco Heritage Site
The countryâ€™s authoritarian government pushed for recognition of a city that was once a colonial playground for Italian architects of the 1930s.
A Day of Finishes Both Dramatic and Determined
Mary Keitany of Kenya won her third straight New York City Marathon, and Tatyana McFadden became a five-time womenâ€™s wheelchair champion.
Once a Bucknell Professor, Now the Commander of an Ethiopian Rebel Army
Why Berhanu Nega traded a tenured position for the chance to lead a revolutionary force against an oppressive regime.
Looking for Legal Status
From Eritrea, to Israel, to Rwanda, to Uganda, in search of a home.
It's Bad in Eritrea, but Not That Bad
A shrill and shoddy U.N. report about human rights abuses in Eritrea may only worsen the repression.
Border Clashes Between Ethiopia and Eritrea Heighten Fears of War
Reports of fighting and possible deaths â€” and the lack of solid information â€” raise fears that Ethiopia and Eritrea are sliding once more into war.
Questions About Suspectâ€™s Identity Circle Human Trafficking Case
Doubts about the identity of an Eritrean suspect taken into custody were raised within hours of the announcement that an arrest had been made.
U.N. Official on Eritrean Crimes
A United Nation commission of inquiry said on Wednesday that Eritrean officials had committed crimes against humanity and listed the accusations during a news conference.
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