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Tigray war

12 Aug 2021
Rights group Amnesty International said the brutality against women could amount to "war crimes," with hundreds raped in the conflict in Ethiopia's Tigray region.
14 Feb 2021
Human Rights Watch has accused Ethiopia's army of breaking international law by shelling civilian populations during their offensive against Tigray separatists. The watchdog called for a UN investigation.
7 Feb 2021
Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia were forced to flee their camp in Ethiopia's Tigray region when Prime Minister Abyi Ahmed's forces launched a military operation. They now live in Mai Aini camp, one of two refugee camps in southern Tigray where the UN has regained access.

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