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HRW: Ethiopian forces ‘shelled civilians’ during Tigray war

By DW
14 February 2021   |   12:26 pm
Human Rights Watch has accused Ethiopia's army of breaking international law by shelling civilian populations during their offensive against Tigray separatists. The watchdog called for a UN investigation.

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