Things are Very Different in Eritrea than Other Places I Visited: BBC Reporter

BBC Reporter Mary Harper
BBC Reporter Mary Harper says in Eritrea things are very different than other African places she visited and admits  it is quite the opposite what media mostly trying to portray about the country.

By BBC Africa Today,

Hello and welcome to the Africa Today podcast from the BBC at 1800 GMT and I am David Amanor, the Tuesday 24th May 2016.

In today’s program, big celebration in Asmara as Eritreans celebrates their 25 years of independence. The territory was colonized by Italy in 1890 but handed to Ethiopia after the Second World War. That preceded to a 30 year long war for independence where Eritrea stood virtually alone.

Mary Harper is in the capital Asmara.



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3 thoughts on “Things are Very Different in Eritrea than Other Places I Visited: BBC Reporter

  1. @filtet:disqus,
    I totally agree. That’s why I said
    “P.S. Mary Harper, time will tell, but for now, you also seem to be Very Different than Other BBC Reporter Eritrea has ever heard.”

  2. What budget? It is not on Eritrea list. I careless about that. what I care is, to make sure Z Chigaram Weyane vacate my land

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