The Horrors of the Hidden War: Inside the Tigray conflict in Ethiopia
In Ethiopia where the conflict between Ethiopia’s national defence forces and Eritrean troops on one side, and fighters from the Tigray People’s Liberation Front has been raging since last November, thousands of women have been raped and tortured.
Tigray conflict: the testimonies of alleged war crimes
Ethiopia’s leader has admitted for the first time that atrocities have been committed in the northern region of Tigray, claiming that soldiers who raped women or committed other war crimes would be held responsible.
Tigray conflict: inside a camp for displaced people as millions flee
In Ethiopia, the humanitarian crisis is deepening in the northern region of Tigray. Millions have been displaced since the war between the Ethiopian federal government and Eritrean troops on the one hand, and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front began last November. Today the aid agency Medecins sans Frontieres reported that one of its teams had…
MSF team report witnessing Ethiopian soldiers shooting civilians
A team from Medecins sans Frontieres has today reported witnessing Ethiopian soldiers killing civilians in Tigray. We have been speaking to Karline Kleijer, MSF’s emergency coordinator, and began by asking her to describe what her colleagues had seen.
Hopes UK will ‘rethink’ foreign aid cut amid Tigray conflict, says UN’s Sir Mark Lowcock
This evening the issue of Tigray was raised in parliament, and the UK government said that it would push for the UN and international community to carry out a credible investigation into the atrocities. We spoke with the UN’s humanitarian chief Sir Mark Lowcock and began by asking him whether aid agencies are able to…
Refugee exodus on Sudan-Ethiopia border as women report mass rape and torture in Ethiopia’s Tigray Province
The terrible conflict in Ethiopia has inevitably led to a refugee exodus – we were joined from the Sudan-Ethiopia border by CNN’s senior international correspondent Nima Elbagir.
Nobel peace prize of Ethiopian Prime Minister questioned amid conflict in Tigray Province of country
The Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Conservative MP, Tom Tugendhat and General Director for Medecins Sans Frontieres, Oliver Behn, in Amsterdam to discuss the disturbing reports of violent abuse of women by soldiers fighting in the Tigray region of Ethiopia.
International community must ‘wake up’ over Tigray conflict, says Tigrayan Youth Network campaigner
We spoke to Melat Tesfaye, from the Tigrayan Youth Network, a campaign group of young people from the region now living in the UK who are opposed to the current Ethiopean leadership.
Horror and unspeakable crimes in the war in Tigray
Our Africa Correspondent Jamal Osman gained rare access to Tigray and spoke to women who told him their accounts of soldiers using rape as a weapon of war.
Amnesty accuses Eritrea and Ethiopia of committing atrocities together
Amnesty International release a report accusing both the Eritrean and Ethiopian governments of committing atrocities together.
Ethiopia: Hunger ‘used as a weapon of war’ in Tigray conflict
As the war in Ethiopia enters its fifth month, millions of displaced people in the northern region of Tigray are now facing a further crisis – hunger.
World Peace Foundation says Tigray situation is “starvation crime”
We spoke to Alex de Waal who produced a significant report, “Starving Tigray”, for the World Peace Foundation.
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