Tripoli (HAN) February 21, 2015- Public Diplomacy and Regional Humanitarian security news. Despite the harsh surroundings they find themselves in Eritrea, many migrants seem happy to have escaped the horrors and conflicts of their homes in Eritrea.
The Eritrean boy left his family behind and if he is sent back too, he faces being conscripted into the country’s military system.
For that reason, the Eritrean boy is likely to remain in Europe where he will continue his education and to settle in Europe.
The Eritrean girls who wait anxiously for a ferry to Sicily are lucky, having survived the dangerous Mediterranean waters.
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