An August 21 NGO worker’s raw notes of his visit to the Koraro village in Tigray

My household assets (food and non-food commodities) have been looted. When I come back to my home from the mountain after staying for weeks there I found only the building and roofing of my house’. She added ‘We were able to get three rounds of food aid up to May, 2021. Since June 2021 I and my family were living by borrowing from different people in the Tabia and sometimes people gave us cooked food/slice of Enjera. For the last one month, we never had any ‘Wot’ (saus) to the Enjera we ate; we simply eat Enjera with salt or water and today I am worrying what I will feed my children and if we will not have some food aid in the coming few days, we will die’. Finally, we stopped asking her because we could not tolerate to hear additional grim news from her. My colleague gave her around 400 Birr which we had in our pocket and traveled back to Mekelle.

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Eritrean troops shelled Semema town killing civilians

On November 16, 2020, Eritrean troops and END soldiers jointly started shelling Semema indiscriminately from Adi Daero. The next day, Tuesday November 17, they continued to shell Semema town and the villages in the vicinity the whole day. One of the bomb shells hit a spot where farmers were threshing crops on Tuesday morning at 10:00 am.

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A summary of the Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development  brief assessment report on the extent of damage caused by the war
A veterinary clinic destroyed by the invading forces (photo by Pofessor Kindeya Gebrehiwot)

A summary of the Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development brief assessment report on the extent of damage caused by the war

A report (in Amharic) by the Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Interim Government of Tigray paints a grim picture of the lives of farmers in the region

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Eritrean Troops burn down and destroy animal food, houses and infrastructures in Debre Genet Village of Naeder Adet, central Tigray (videos and photos)

The videos and photos below are taken by professor Kindeya Gebrehiwot, former president of Mekelle University and current freedom fighter. The videos and photos show the burning of farmers' agricultural…

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Is the Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) less involved in atrocities in Tigray?

Gathering the massacres committed by the ENDFs may remind us of the scope of the human suffering, the scale of the war and the depth of the malevolence (ca.'Choose - I kill you or rape you') of the ENDFs and the ingenuity and mercilessness (ca.'save yourselves') of their evil acts. Any particular case of massacre or rape or other war crimes that you encounter on the media is only a part, a small one, of a carnage that has lasted for five months.

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Tripartite Malice and the Genocide in Tigray
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed receives Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed at the airport in Gondar Ethiopia (Footage by AFPTV via Getty Images)

Tripartite Malice and the Genocide in Tigray

Editor’s note: The author of this article is a professional who had witnessed the war in Shire and previously sent us this account and photos and images which we published here.…

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