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There is no current independent mass media in Eritrea. All media outlets in Eritrea are from the , a government source. Western media was brought to the country during Italian and British colonialism. The media is Eritrea played a role in its war against Ethiopia. Independent Eritrea has one of the harshest media regimes, with private and foreign ownership being banned since the early 2000s. As of 2018, the government controlled four newspapers, one television channel and two radio stations. International organizations such as Reporters Without Borders and Freedom House have consistently labelled the media in Eritrea as "not free", ranking it as the lowest or one of the lowest countries in press freedom indices. Access to the internet is very limited.

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  • Mass media in Eritrea
  • Pressefreiheit in Eritrea
  • Médias en Érythrée
  • Средства массовой информации Эритреи
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  • Eritrea wurde mit der Abspaltung von Äthiopien im Jahr 1991 unabhängig. Die Eritreische Volksbefreiungsfront (EPLF) versprach damals, einen demokratischen Staat aufzubauen, was jedoch nicht eingehalten wurde. Eritrea ist der einzige afrikanische Staat südlich der Sahara, der private Medien verbietet. Auf der Rangliste der Pressefreiheit belegt das Land weltweit den letzten Platz.
  • La totalité des médias en Érythrée appartient au gouvernement, un cas unique sur le continent africain. En 2016, le classement mondial sur la liberté de la presse établi chaque année par Reporters sans frontières situe l'Érythrée au 180e rang sur 180 pays. Elle occupe depuis huit ans la dernière place à ce classement. Depuis plus de vingt ans, l'information n'y a aucun droit de cité.
  • There is no current independent mass media in Eritrea. All media outlets in Eritrea are from the , a government source. Western media was brought to the country during Italian and British colonialism. The media is Eritrea played a role in its war against Ethiopia. Independent Eritrea has one of the harshest media regimes, with private and foreign ownership being banned since the early 2000s. As of 2018, the government controlled four newspapers, one television channel and two radio stations. International organizations such as Reporters Without Borders and Freedom House have consistently labelled the media in Eritrea as "not free", ranking it as the lowest or one of the lowest countries in press freedom indices. Access to the internet is very limited.
  • Средства массовой информации Эритреи находятся под контролем правительства, независимых СМИ в Эритрее практически нет: таковые признаны эритрейским правительством как «искажающие информацию».
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  • Eritrea wurde mit der Abspaltung von Äthiopien im Jahr 1991 unabhängig. Die Eritreische Volksbefreiungsfront (EPLF) versprach damals, einen demokratischen Staat aufzubauen, was jedoch nicht eingehalten wurde. Eritrea ist der einzige afrikanische Staat südlich der Sahara, der private Medien verbietet. Auf der Rangliste der Pressefreiheit belegt das Land weltweit den letzten Platz.
  • La totalité des médias en Érythrée appartient au gouvernement, un cas unique sur le continent africain. En 2016, le classement mondial sur la liberté de la presse établi chaque année par Reporters sans frontières situe l'Érythrée au 180e rang sur 180 pays. Elle occupe depuis huit ans la dernière place à ce classement. Depuis plus de vingt ans, l'information n'y a aucun droit de cité.
  • There is no current independent mass media in Eritrea. All media outlets in Eritrea are from the , a government source. Western media was brought to the country during Italian and British colonialism. The media is Eritrea played a role in its war against Ethiopia. Independent Eritrea has one of the harshest media regimes, with private and foreign ownership being banned since the early 2000s. As of 2018, the government controlled four newspapers, one television channel and two radio stations. International organizations such as Reporters Without Borders and Freedom House have consistently labelled the media in Eritrea as "not free", ranking it as the lowest or one of the lowest countries in press freedom indices. Access to the internet is very limited.
  • Средства массовой информации Эритреи находятся под контролем правительства, независимых СМИ в Эритрее практически нет: таковые признаны эритрейским правительством как «искажающие информацию».
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