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Fighting intensifies in Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict

By France24
04 September 2022   |   10:02 am
Renewed fighting in northern Ethiopia intensifies further, as both federal forces and Tigrayan rebels accuse each other of opening up new fronts. Also, in South Africa, parents of the 21 young people who died in June at a tavern in the Eastern Cape are told their children died of suffocation. Finally, gas price hikes in Togo boost the demand for coal.

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