Eritrea

Eritrea: One country – two realities

Av Martin Schibbye & Johan Persson | Läs på svenska | 19 juni 2016 | ,

Eritrea is one of the world’s most secretive nations and has been closed to foreign journalists for a long time. During the past year, Blankspot’s Martin Schibbye has followed the pro-Eritrean groups and here he reports, in the first of a three part series, from the border of Eritrea and Ethiopia, not far from the country where he himself was imprisoned for 438 days from 2011 to 2012 during a reportage trip. An investigative report on oil transformed into a story about ink and Freedom of the Press as they fought for survival inside the notorious Kality prison in Addis Ababa. Martin Schibbye and Johan Persson were pardoned and released—after 438 days—on September 10, 2012. Now they return to the region, in search of answers…

Livesändning: Eritrea bakom kulisserna

  Ikväll berättar Martin Schibbye och Johan Persson om den unika reportageresan till Eritrea. Reportagen...

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