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Many Christians would rather risk the deadly emigration routes via Sudan or Libya than stay in Eritrea.According to advocacy group Christian Solidarity Worldwide, thousands of prisoners of conscience are detained for indefinite periods of time and often experience torture.Coins are 100 cents, 50, 25, 10, 5 and 1 cent depicting animals native to Eritrea.The Commercial and the Housing bank provide exchange services for various currencies, but many people preferred the shorter lines and better rates provided by the small (but official) exchange offices.

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The Eritrean Nakfa is issued in notes with denominations of 100, 50, 10, 5 and 1 Nakfa.

Unfortunately they have been closed by the Eritrean authorities.

The only one left is the government owned Himbol Exchange.

C., beginning with Pygmoid, Nilotic, Cushitic (the Afar) and Semitic (Tigrinya) peoples. C., Arabs spread to the coast of present day Eritrea, in search of ivory and slaves for trade with Persia and India.

Their language evolved into Ge'ez, related to today's Amhara, still spoken by Christian priests in Eritrea and Ethiopia.

Since 2002, religious minority communities have been targeted in campaigns of arrest across the country, effectively outlawing all practices not affiliated with Sunni Islam, Catholicism, Evangelical Lutheranism and Orthodox Christianity.

Members of authorised Christian groups also report harassment, detention and persecution.

The discovery may be one of the oldest ever found, and is similar to the famous "Lucy" find.

Evidence of human presence begins in the 8th millennium B.

In June 2016, the UN found "reasonable grounds to believe" that crimes against humanity had been committed by state officials in Eritrea since 1991; including persecution of religious groups and rape by detention officials.

Mervyn Thomas, Chief Executive of Christian Solidarity Worldwide said, "We mourn with the families and friends of these young women, who are the latest known victims of a regime deemed guilty of perpetrating crimes against humanity against its own people."It is particularly poignant and harrowing to note they may have died after enduring unspeakable violations that compelled them to adopt a hunger strike, the sole means of protest available to them.