Tigray heritage at risk due to the War on Tigray

With this historical reality in mind and in light of what we know of the current conflict in Tigray it is not difficult to determine that the War on Tigray poses a great risk to cultural and religious heritage be it from intentional destruction, as collateral damage, or organized looting. There have been reports and photographic evidence of intentional attacks against buildings (mosques and churches included) and monuments recognized as both local and international historical heritage sites.

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‘እጅግ በጣም አስቸኳይ ፍላጎት’: ረሃብ ትግራይን እያስጨነቀ ነው

በካራ አና ተፅፎ በ Horn Anarchists ተተረጎመ ናይሮቢ፣ ኬንያ      እጅግ ከደከሙ ስደተኞች፣ በአጨዳ ወቅት አፋፍ ላይ እስከ ተቃጠሉ ሰብሎች ድረስ ረሃብ በኢትዮጵያ ትግራይ ክልል ውስጥ ከሁለት ወር በላይ ከዘለቀው ጦርነት…

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Mocking Tigray’s pain: Ethiopians embark on a celebratory trip to Eritrea-occupied Adwa to celebrate, ironically, Italian-Eritrea’s defeat in 1896.

The past two and half months have been the time of great horror, devastation, pain and suffering for Tigrayans. For their Amhara and Amharized 'compatriots', those days have been the…

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The war on Tigray: The support and involvement of the United States, Amhara, Eritrea, Sudan, Djibouti, Somalia and UAE

A clearer picture is coming out about the design and the involvement of different countries in the war on Tigray. The United States, Djibouti, Somalia, United Arab Emirates, Amhara, Eritrea…

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