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Tigrayans

20 Nov 2021
Police have previously denied that the arrests are ethnically motivated. Almost 200 young children have starved to death in Tigray.
16 Jul 2021
Ethiopia's war heats up as Amhara forces vow to attack Tigrayan soldiers. There are fears the conflict may be entering a dangerous new phase. Also, South Africa plans to expand the deployment of its army to quell the unrest that has killed 72 people over the past six days. Thousands have been arrested. And the opening qualifiers for Africa's first women's Champions League football tournament kick off on Thursday in Ivory Coast. We meet the Eleven Sisters of Gagnoa who are hoping to do Ivory Coast proud.

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