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The Real Bisha Mine Story No One Wants You to Know About

Bisha Mine Eritrea
Journalist Martin Zimmermann, a profound expert on Eritrea, made a trip to the Bisha mine in Eritrea. He published his report on the German newspaper Spree Zeitung.

By Martin Zimmermann | for Spree Zeitung, (* Software translation)

In the hunt for coveted raw materials, not only the environment is often destroyed, especially in developing countries. Human rights also remain on the line. Child labor in contaminated and unsafe pits is just as much a part of the forced expropriation of peasants who are expelled from their country. International investors, with cunning and trickery – and often also by means of corruption – find every gap in avoiding taxation in order to generate as much profit as possible outside the country. Continue reading The Real Bisha Mine Story No One Wants You to Know About