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‘Tigray leaders will be held accountable’: Ethiopian minister

Ethiopia's minister in charge of democratization, Zadig Abraha, has told DW that the National Defense Force now controls Tigray and is now working to bring the rebel leaders to justice. TPLF has disputed the claims.

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