After patchy Tigray truce, WHO still lacks full aid access
11 December 2022 | 3:40 pm
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The World Health Organization warned that hospitals are running dangerously low on medical supplies, as fighting between federal and Tigrayan forces intensify following a lull in the conflict between March and August.
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