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Ethiopia PM gives Tigray 72 hour ultimatum to surrender

By DW
23 November 2020   |   12:31 pm
The Prime Minister warned the Tigray region it was "at the point of no return." The Tigray forces vowed to continue fighting, making the federal government "pay for every move."

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