Tigray Government Statement on the Ongoing Mass Detention of Tigrayans
Tigray Government to Send A High-level Delegation to Nairobi for Negotiation, Raises concerns on Obasanjo
MSF Raises Alert over Alarming Indications of Large-Scale Nutritional Crisis in Ethiopia’s Afar Region
Marked Deterioration in Human Rights Situation in Eritrea
Tigray’s Bureau of Education: Summary Report on Tigray Education’s Human and Material Damage
Mekelle University President Dr. Fana Hagos says three staff died due to the blockade
Tigray war mortality: half a million people?
International Women’s Day 2022, a Tghat Forum Especial Episode
Man Who Filmed Mahbere-Dego Massacre Speaks
We see daily one or two dead bodies with their hands tied behind their backs floating on the river Tekeze
President of Tigray, Debretsion Gebremichael, Writes Open Letter to UN Secretary General, Mr. Antonio Guterres
Tigray: Further Updates on the “Humanitarian Truce”
Senator Menendez: Ethiopian officials have committed genocide in Tigray and I strongly urge the Biden Administration to make its own assessment as soon as possible.
ETHIOPIA – Still no responsibility established for the killing of MSF colleagues María, Tedros and Yohannes in Tigray
Tigray Government Expresses shock at destruction of Evidence of Crimes and Calls on IC to Act
Tigray Government on Major General Gebremedhin: the Abiy Regime killed him.
Tigray President, Debretsion, writes an open Letter to AU Chairperson
Ethiopia’s Hate Media: Soundtrack to Tigray Genocide
Lies, Damned Lies, Statistics: PM Abiy Ahmed’s Q&A Session in Parliament
Bahir Dar Event: A Preparation for yet Another War on Tigray
A short commentary on the open letter from the Government of Tigray to the UN Chief
Handtke’s Map: Previously unseen 19th century map of Tigray includes Western Tigray and Eritrea
In Tigray, Even Millionaires Cannot Feed Their Families
My beloved, We Are Okay
To End the Genocide Tigray Needs to Take Things Into Its Own Hands
Tigray War: Another African Conflict?
Mulugeta Gebrehiwot on the Narrative of the War and the Future of Tigray
Have Ethiopian Universities and Intellectuals Lost Their Raison d’etre?
“Let Them Be the Last of Their Kind”: Anatomy of Tigray Genocide, Intentions and Acts
Understanding a 21st Century Genocide: The Case of Tigray
Who is fighting for Tigray?
Focusing on Eritrea for the withdrawal of its troops from Tigray
My Eyewitness Account of the Massacre of Aksum and Its Vicinity
An Eyewitness Account of the First Days of the Tigray War
The Hippocratic or the Hypocrite’s Oath
Journalists Paint a Worsening Humanitarian Crisis in Tigray
My Mother and I Paid Arms – Literally
The Impact of the War on Tigray on the Ethiopia’s Economy
Famine as a Weapon of War in Tigray
Tghat Forum 9: On the Economic Impact of the War on Tigray
Tghat Forum 8: On the joint Investigation into Atrocities in Tigray
Tghat Forum 7: ideologies of support for genocide in Ethiopia
Amidst the ongoing crisis in the Tigray, a notable tragedy has been the whataboutism and bothsidesism characterizing domestic and international responses.