After war, hunger stalks Ethiopia’s Tigray
11 July 2023 | 1:31 pm
Fighting may have stopped in Ethiopia's Tigray region, but people's suffering has not. Supplies of food aid have been disrupted amid a dispute between Ethiopia's main donors and the government.
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