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Eritrean, Tigray forces committed ‘war crimes’: Rights watchdog

By DW
16 September 2021   |   1:24 pm
Human Rights Watch detailed the killing and rape of Eritrean refugees by Eritrean troops and Tigray rebels. The report documents atrocities committed around two camps in northern Ethiopia.

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