Eritrea

Sudanese and Somalian children celebrate during an activity marking World Refugee Day in Khan As'ad Pasha, in the old city of Damascus, Syria, 20 June 2018. Credit: EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI
Eritrean women and children sing and pray to celebrate their arrival in Europe aboard the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue vessel
Abdelfeteh Mohamed, author and cultural mediator who migrated from Eritrea, via Libya to Italy. | Photo: Emma Wallis
A demonstration against the Italian government's policy towards migration in Catania on November 19 2018 just before the 'Salvini Decree' became law. | Photo: Emma Wallis
Josief Kasete, migrant from Eritrea | Credit: ANSA
Missing person reports are often filed by refugees who have lost their relatives during their journey | Credit: Mehdi Chebil
many Eritrean migrants take the perilous journey to Europe
In the picture, a demonstration of a blockchain-based digital ID. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/ALEXANDRA WEY
Young Syrian refugees and their families arrive at Rome Airport via the humanitarian corridor project Photo: Sant'Egidio/ANSA
From file: African migrants at a detention camp in Tripoli, Libya, March 22, 2017. © REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny via ANSA
Migrants and asylum seekers from Eritrea make up a large portion of jobseekers in some parts of Germany
Eritrean Refugee at a BAMF office in Germany