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UN: Thousands flee Ethiopia violence, seek asylum in Sudan
At least 7,000 people who fled escalating ethnic violence in western Ethiopia have sought asylum in neighboring Sudan, the UN refugee agency said Tuesday, amid heightened tensions between the two Eastern African nations.
From Ethiopia's Tigray region to Yemen, the dilemma of declaring a famine
Every day, more and more reports of starvation trickle out of the Tigray region of Ethiopia that has been hit by conflict.
'Extreme urgent need': Starvation haunts Ethiopia's Tigray
From “emaciated” refugees to crops burned on the brink of harvest, starvation threatens the survivors of more than two months of fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region.
UNHCR relocates victims of Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict to new site in Sudan
Nearly 600 people have been taken to Tunaydbah camp in Sudan’s Gedaref State, according to the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, after nearly two months of ongoing conflict across the border in Ethiopia, between federal Government troops and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF).
'I would never go back': Horrors grow in Ethiopia's conflict
One survivor arrived on broken legs, others on the run.
Ethiopia sets national election for June 5
Ethiopia will hold a parliamentary election on June 5, 2021, its National Electoral Board said on Friday, after postponing the vote from August this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
UN aims to get rights team to Ethiopia's Tigray
The United Nations is striving to get a team on the ground to investigate alleged human rights violations including a mass killing in Ethiopia’s Tigray, described by the UN rights chief as one of many “appalling” human rights abuses that could amount to war crimes.
Ethiopia's war risks leaving manufacturing dreams in tatters
When Bangladeshi textile firm DBL set up shop in Ethiopia two years ago, the African nation was the garment industry’s bright new frontier, boasting abundant cheap labor and a government keen to woo companies with tax breaks and cheap loans.
Ethiopia’s conflict stokes humanitarian, virus crisis
Ethiopia’s month-long war in its northern Tigray region has severely hampered efforts to fight one of Africa’s worst coronavirus outbreaks, as the fighting has displaced almost 1 million people and strained local humanitarian services to the breaking point.
UN, Ethiopia sign deal for aid access to embattled Tigray
In a breakthrough a month after deadly conflict cut off Ethiopia’s Tigray region from the world, the United Nations on Wednesday said it and the Ethiopian government have signed a deal to allow “unimpeded” humanitarian access, at least for areas under federal government control after the prime minister’s declaration of victory over the weekend.
Ethiopia's PM relishes victory, but Tigrayan leader says war not over
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed lauded his soldiers on Monday for victory over a rebellious northern movement, but the leader of Tigray's forces said they were still fighting amid fears of a protracted guerrilla conflict.
Ethiopia: Military operation in Tigray is over; hunt for region leaders begins
The Ethiopian government launched a manhunt on Sunday for leaders of a rebellious faction in the northern region of Tigray after announcing federal troops had taken over the regional capital and military operations were complete.
Ethiopian forces begin offensive on Tigray capital
Ethiopian government forces began an offensive to capture the regional capital Mekelle in the rebellious northern Tigray region on Saturday, said a diplomat in direct contact with residents, and the leader of Tigrayan forces.
Ethiopia rejects ‘international interference’ in its affairs
Ethiopia urged the international community to refrain from "unwelcome and unlawful acts of interference" in its affairs following calls to end the conflict in the northern Tigray region.
Ethiopia says Tigray capital encircled after surrender ultimatum
Ethiopian federal forces were encircling the Tigray region’s capital from around 50 kilometers (31 miles) on Monday, the government said, after giving the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) a 72-hour surrender ultimatum.

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