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17 Jan 2021
The conflict between Ethiopia's government and the TPLF is fueling hardship in the Tigray region as sporadic fighting continues.
11 Dec 2020
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10 Dec 2020
The UN has called the situation in Tigray "worrying and volatile" amid reports of continued fighting in the region. The Ethiopian government has rejected appeals for outside groups to investigate the conflict.
9 Dec 2020
Ethiopia's government has said its forces engaged a UN humanitarian team after it failed to stop at checkpoints in country's restive north. The government has insisted on taking the lead in coordinating aid deliveries.
7 Dec 2020
Since fighting erupted between Ethiopian forces and the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) earlier this autumn, tens of thousands of civilians have fled across the border into neighbouring Sudan.
3 Dec 2020
An agreement between the United Nations and Ethiopia will offer a glimmer of hope for thousands struggling to find food and medicine.
1 Dec 2020
Ethiopia's minister in charge of democratization, Zadig Abraha, has told DW that the National Defense Force now controls Tigray and is now working to bring the rebel leaders to justice. TPLF has disputed the claims.
29 Nov 2020
At a sprawling refugee reception centre in Sudan, Ethiopians who fled the deadly Tigray conflict queue outside a school-turned-relief facility to receive handouts of food, water and clothing.
25 Nov 2020
The Ethiopian government said it has surrounded Tigray's regional capital, but the dissident TPLF has denied the reports. The three-week conflict has destabilized both Ethiopia and the wider region.
23 Nov 2020
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."
22 Nov 2020
After the rainy season and devastating floods, Ethiopia is facing an influx of desert locusts. Tens of thousands of people lost everything in the floods and the insects have destroyed many remaining crops. Meanwhile, war broke out earlier this month in the northern Tigray region between the army and Tigrayan forces. Local authorities are concerned that an already disastrous humanitarian crisis could get even worse. Our correspondent Maria Gerth-Niculescu reports.
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