The humanitarian disaster is worsening in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, where military conflict has affected millions of people, according to Mike Ryan, executive director of the World Health Organization‘s Health Emergencies Programme. There are escalating needs and increasing sexual violence, and aid workers still cannot access many areas in the region.
Disturbing reports have continued to emerge of widespread abuse of civilians in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, nearly six months since conflict erupted, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Tuesday.
“There is no clear end in sight” to the conflict, said agency spokesperson James Elder, after returning from a visit the northern Ethiopian region.
A Video-Clip of A Military Helicopter Destroyed by TDF in Tigray
ህፁፅ ሰልፊ ተጋሩ ዋሽንግተን ዲሲን ከባቢኣን 04-20-2021 ንህዝብና ድምፂ ንኹኖ
ATV:እዋናዊ ዜና፡ ኢሳይያስ ተረፍ መረፍ ደምሒት ዝርከቡዎም ብኤርትራውያን ወተሃደራት ዝዕብለሉ ከም መተካእታ ፈደራል ፖሊስ ዝዓዩ 900 ዕጡቓት መቐለ ኣእትዩ
NAIROBI (Reuters) – Two people died and a third was critically injured in an explosion in Ethiopia’s capital on Sunday, Addis Ababa’s police said.
The police blamed the explosion
ATV: Team Freedom – ምሕዝነታዊ ሰላማዊ ሰልፊ ሞቶርሳይክልን መኪናን ኤርትራውያንን ተጋሩን ኣብ ሎስኣንጀለስ – 2ይ ክፋል
UN humanitarian chief tells Security Council that reports of atrocities by Eritrean forces continue
Eritrea has admitted its troops are involved in the war in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region but vowed to pull them out amid mounting international pressure.
The country’s first acknowledgement of its role in the fighting came in a letter from its UN ambassador to the Security Council, which was posted online by the Eritrea’s information minister on Friday night.
Eritrea has acknowledged for the first time its forces are taking part in the months-long war in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region and promised to pull them out in the face of mounting international pressure.
The explicit admission of Eritrea’s role in the fighting came in a letter posted online late on Friday by the country’s information minister, written by its ambassador to the United Nations and addressed to the Security Council
Eritrea has acknowledged its troops are participating in the war in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region but has vowed to pull them out amid mounting international pressure.
The first explicit admission of Eritrea’s role in the fighting came in a letter posted online Friday night by the country’s information minister, written by its UN ambassador and addressed to the Security Council.
ATV: ኣብ ወድዓዊ ኩነታት ኣደሪኾም ፕሬዝዳንት መንግስቲ ትግራይ ተጋዳላይ ዶር ደብረጽዮን ገብረሚካኤል ዝሃብዎ መግለፂ 9 ሚያዝያ 2013 ዓም
A brilliant Tigrayan child-girl is seen while intelligently debating and challenging the Ethiopian troops
In the following video-clip, a brilliant Tigrayan child-girl is seen fearlessly and intelligently challenging and arguing with some Ethiopian troops in Tigray in defense of her people of Tigray on the subject of the Ethiopian national election versus the election held in Tigray last year as well as the war crime waged against her people of Tigray. Amazing courage and intelligence of a little child!