ETHIOPIA – Still no responsibility established for the killing of MSF colleagues María, Tedros and Yohannes in Tigray
ነርስ ኤም ኤስ ኤፍ ዝዀነት ናያራ ፡ ርጕዲ ጭዋዳ ኢድ ሓንቲ ኣዲኣ ናብ ኣብ ቊሸት ዓዲ ፍታው ዝትርከብ ተንቀሳቓሲት ክሊኒክ ል ምኽሪ ዘምፅአታ ህጻን እንትትዕቅን።

ETHIOPIA – Still no responsibility established for the killing of MSF colleagues María, Tedros and Yohannes in Tigray

Six months after the murder of our three colleagues Maria, Tedros and Yohannes, the full circumstances of, and responsibility for, their killing remains unclear. On 24 June 2021, 35-year-old María Hernandez, our emergency coordinator; 32-year-old…

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Killing for Pleasure II: Set of Photos Obtained from the Phone of an Ethiopian Soldier in Tigray (Warning: Extremely Graphic Images)

Graphic Images taken from another Ethiopian soldier stationed in Tigray before the retreat of ENDF in June.

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Amhara Region Asks Federal Govt for 100 Million Birr for Treating Soldiers Wounded in War on Tigray (Leaked Document)

In a leaked document, Amhara Region asks the federal government for 100 million Birr reimbursement for expenses related to treating soldiers wounded in the war on Tigray.

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Open Letter to His Excellency Peter Maurer, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Re: Legal and human rights protection for persons of Tigrayan origin especially in the security sector including the military, intelligence, and police arbitrarily and illegally detained by the Ethiopian Government…

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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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