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Peace deal will only bring ‘temporary relief’, says exiled Tigrayan

By Reuters
13 November 2022   |   4:07 pm
The scars of the bloody two-year conflict between the Ethiopian government and Tigrayan forces are still fresh and run deep, despite the surprise ceasefire agreement reached in South Africa on Wednesday.

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