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UN reports 'unprecedented' malnutrition in Tigray
Ethiopia expels seven UN officials, accusing them of 'meddling'
Catastrophe ‘unfolding before our eyes’ in Ethiopia’s Tigray region: UN chief
A military confrontation that started 10 months ago in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region is spreading, with serious political, economic and humanitarian implications for the country and the broader region, the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres warned the Security Council on Thursday.
Amnesty reports ‘worst’ sexual violence ‘with impunity’ in Tigray
Dozens of women have described shocking sexual assaults by Ethiopian soldiers and allied forces in the country’s Tigray conflict, says an Amnesty International report published Wednesday, and its researcher calls it striking how the perpetrators appeared to act without fear of punishment from their commanders.
Ethiopia conflict set to escalate after Tigray rebels refuse to withdraw
Ethiopia’s spreading conflict has escalated after the government warned that it could deploy its “entire defensive capability” against the restive Tigray region after advances by rebels into neighbouring regions.
U.N. warns of worsening famine, more clashes in Ethiopia's Tigray
Top U.N. officials warned the Security Council on Friday that more than 400,000 people in Ethiopia's Tigray were now in famine and that there was a risk of more clashes in the region despite a unilateral ceasefire by the federal government.
Ethiopian gov’t declares ‘unilateral cease-fire’ amid rebel advance in Tigray
Ethiopia’s federal government on Monday declared a "unilateral cease-fire" in its war-torn Tigray region, state media reported, as rebel fighters entered the regional capital Mekele, sparking celebrations on the streets.
Ethiopia says it targeted combatants, not civilians in Tigray
Ethiopia’s military rejected accounts that dozens of civilians were killed in an air raid in the country’s embattled Tigray region, saying its forces had only struck rebels.
Ethiopians vote in poll overshadowed by Tigray
Ethiopians voted Monday in a delayed national election taking place against the backdrop of war and famine in the northern Tigray region.
About 350,000 people in Ethiopia's Tigray in famine: UN analysis
More than 350,000 people in Ethiopia's Tigray are suffering famine conditions, with millions more at risk, according to an analysis by United Nations agencies and aid groups that blamed conflict for the worst catastrophic food crisis in a decade.
Ethiopians rally against US over Tigray aid restrictions
Ethiopian pro-government demonstrators denounced the United States on Sunday for imposing restrictions on aid over the Tigray conflict, at a massive rally organized by the authorities to show support for their positions.
G7 foreign ministers call for ‘swift’ pullout of Eritrean troops from Tigray
The G7 group of leading economic powers on Friday called for a “swift, unconditional and verifiable” withdrawal of Eritrean troops from Ethiopia’s conflict-ridden northern Tigray region.
MSF denounces widespread attacks on Tigray clinics
The medical charity MSF on Monday condemned a "deliberate and generalized" program of targeting clinics in the conflict-hit Tigray region of Ethiopia.
Eritrean troops killed hundreds of civilians in Ethiopia’s Tigray: Amnesty
Eritrean soldiers fighting across the border in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region killed hundreds of people in a massacre last year in a likely crime against humanity, Amnesty International said Friday.
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.
UN says 20,000 refugees missing in Tigray
As many as 20,000 refugees are missing after two camps in Ethiopia’s war-torn Tigray region were destroyed, the United Nations said.

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