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Ethiopia's ruling party wins national election in landslide
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Two Ethiopian MSF colleagues and one from Spain were found dead Friday, a day after colleagues lost contact with them while they were traveling.
UN warns world in 'severe cascade of human rights setbacks'
The United Nations' Human Rights chief called for "concerted action" to recover from "the most wide-reaching and severe cascade of human rights setbacks in our lifetimes."
UN warns 30,000 children risk death from famine in Ethiopia's Tigray
The risk of famine is imminent in Tigray, unless food, livelihood assistance and other life-saving interventions are scaled-up, unimpeded access is given and violence stops.
Ethiopia delays national elections again amid deadly tensions
Some opposition parties have said they will not take part in a national election which has already been delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ethiopia 'closing in on itself' amid pressure to end fighting
Ethiopia has been locked in a regional conflict between government forces and the former ruling party, the Tigray People's Liberation Front, for months now.
More than 700m children live on the frontlines of the climate crisis
Climate change is 'the largest threat' to children around the world, warns Save the Children International.
G7 'seriously concerned' about human rights violations in Tigray
The conflict between Ethiopia's federal government and the semi-autonomous Tigray region erupted in early November 2020.
Ethiopia's conflict-hit Tigray region is on the verge of a humanitaria
It estimates that around 3.8 million of the roughly six million people there, are in desperate need of assistance. Without urgent action tens of thousands of people could starve to death.
Hospitals struck by artillery in Ethiopia's Tigray region, says report
The report, compiled by the Ethiopian government, the UN and NGOs on the ground in Tigray, has laid bare the scale of the damage inflicted on the region.
More than 100 killed in latest ethnic massacre in Ethiopia
The attack in Metekel zone of Benishangul-Gumuz region occurred a day after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed visited the region and spoke about the need to end such massacres.
Ethiopia's 'forced returns' of Tigray refugees 'disturbing,' says UN
The UN said the move to return Tigray refugees from the camps they fled from in Eritrea broke international law if confirmed.
Ethiopian forces 'blocking' Tigray refugees from entering Sudan
Refugees fleeing the violence in the Tigray region were stopped from reaching the busiest crossing point for refugees on the Sudanese border, according to the latest reports.
UN, Ethiopia sign deal for aid access to embattled Tigray
This will allow the first food, medicines and other aid into the region of 6 million people that has seen rising hunger during the fighting between the federal and Tigray regional governments.
Tigray: Explosions in Eritrea capital after Ethiopia declares victory
Explosions were reported in Asmara hours after Ethiopia's military said it had gained “full control” of the capital in the Tigray region.
Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital of Mekelle
The Ethiopian military has begun an offensive in Tigray's capital city of Mekelle, according to reports from the region.
Ethiopian PM orders army to attack Tigray region's capital
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Ethiopians cross to Sudan to flee fighting in northern Tigray region
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People go hungry in Ethiopia's Tigray as conflict marches on
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Civilians massacred amid fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region
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Internet shutdown in Ethiopia amid unrest at singer's death
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