Tigray Catholic Church: any delay by days in responding to the humanitarian needs, would end in catastrophic famine and deaths of millions of people in Tigray.
Abune Tesfaselassie Medhin Bishop of Catholic Eparchy of Adigrat

Tigray Catholic Church: any delay by days in responding to the humanitarian needs, would end in catastrophic famine and deaths of millions of people in Tigray.

Hence, it is a day-to-day reality to see human sufferings, starvation & lack of medicines to preventable diseases. Besides, the current situation on the ground shows that any delay by days in responding to the humanitarian needs, would end in catastrophic famine and deaths of millions of people in Tigray.

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Is it a sin to be a Tigrayan? A graduating Tigrayan university  student‘s lamentation
Graduating Tigrayan Addis Abeba University students protest the war on Tigray by refusing to stand for Ethiopia's anthem.

Is it a sin to be a Tigrayan? A graduating Tigrayan university student‘s lamentation

Editor's note: The following message is written by a graduating student. He reflects about his situation, about the hollowness and pain he feels, and about the situation of his people.…

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Tigray Briefing: Blockade created grave social and economic condition

Given the clear awareness of the gravity of the humanitarian crisis and the brutality of the siege, it was with utter dismay that Tigray and the world witnessed the hesitance of UNSC to take decisive action to break the siege on Tigray and the end of the use of collective punishment as a legitimate means of warfare after nearly 10 months of genocidal warfare. We urge the international community to recognize its responsibility to protect human life and dignity.

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Extraordinary Briefing From The National Government of Tigray

Federal institutions like Ethio-telecom, Ethiopia Electric Power and Utility, banks, Human Rights Commission, Office of Ombudsman, Ethiopia Revenue and Customs Authority and four federally administered universities employ around 29,000 people in Tigray. Mekelle University alone has more than ten thousand federal employees, including essential service providers at critical institutions such as Ayder Comprehensive Specialized Referral Hospital who have not been paid since June 2021. More than 130,000 civil servants in Tigray have not been paid for the months of June, July, and will go on three months without salaries if they are not paid their August wage.

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A Leaked Document: Delegation of the European Union to Ethiopia

While fighting between TDF/TPLF and ENDF/Amhara Forces continued on several fronts, OLA extended occupation of rural areas in Oromia Region and gained control over some important roads. There seems to be small to no appetite to start negotiating at this point: both sides are convinced that they will be able to achieve a decisive military victory within the coming months. Eritrea reportedly sent reinforcements to Western Tigray and might be preparing a new offensive. There is no more food available in Tigray and the humanitarian needs in other regions are also growing fast. The repression against ethnic Tigrayans in Addis Ababa and other parts of Ethiopia is continuing. PM Abiy Ahmed made a visit Asmara and to Turkey where he signed a military cooperation agreement.

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Current and Previous Tigray Preconditions for Negotiated Ceasefire

Abiy Ahmed has committed the act of treason by colluding with foreign forces to commit genocide on the people of Tigray. His genocidal war campaign against Tigray has caused untold suffering on the people of Tigray and has thrown the country into an even deeper political turmoil and economic crisis.

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Tigray Government Press Release: on False Allegations Concerning Child Soldiers Serving in the TDF

The Government of Tigray strongly repudiates the spurious allegation that child soldiers are serving and/or being trained in the Tigray Defense Forces (TDF). We assert in the strongest terms possible that the TDF is committed to international protocols prohibiting the recruitment of children for military training and children's engagement in armed hostilities. There has never been nor is there at this time a single child under the age of service training or serving with the TDF.

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