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UN Chief says Ethiopia ‘spiraling out of control’, calls for end of fighting

By France24
23 October 2022   |   12:19 pm
UN chief Antonio Guterres warned Monday that the situation in Ethiopia was "spiralling out of control" as fighting raged in the north of the country and the government vowed to seize control of airports and other sites in Tigray.

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