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Ethiopia wants WHO to investigate Tedros over Tigray remarks

Ethiopia's government has accused the head of the UN's health agency of interfering in its internal affairs. Separately, another UN body warned that the Tigray region is on "the edge of a major humanitarian disaster."

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