Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict: Peace remains elusive
28 April 2022 | 1:02 pm
Tigray fighters have withdrawn from the Afar and Amhara regions, but people there remain wary. DW's Mariel Müller reports from the Amhara town of Lalibela, where more are taking up arms.
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