ERITREA. The giant break is over two kilometers wide and almost 500 meters deep.
Here in the copper mine of Bisha, Eritrea – a country in desperate need for positive publicity and investment – found a new story.
Everything looked good until three former miners sued the company for slavery in a Canadian court.
“You’re well here because you’ve heard about the slave workers that we’ve been kidding in the mine and as we torture, we’ll show you everything,” says Milena Bereket, the PR woman and laughs big.