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Ethiopia: Residents fear retribution as Tigrayan forces recapture Lalibela

By DW
15 December 2021   |   10:25 am
Locals say Tigrayan forces took over Lalibela without firing a single shot, while the Ethiopian military claims to have captured strategic locations in the regions of Afar and Amhara.

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