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UN slams airstrike in Ethiopia that ‘hit kindergarten’

By DW
02 September 2022   |   1:44 pm
UNICEF on Saturday condemned an air strike in Ethiopia's Tigray region that allegedly hit a kindergarten, killing at least two children.

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