A massacre in Abuna Yemata Guh, at the foot of the famous rock-hewn church

Everyone was preparing food, water and other essentials for the day and early around 8 AM, just when they were about to leave the village, Eritrean troops came to the village by a military truck. The troops visited the houses, dragged the civilians and massacred them in their farmlands. They shot 21 people in total and 19 of them died, two survived but in severely wounded condition. They killed everyone they found in the village.

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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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Tigrayan Catholics write to Pope Francis about the involvement of Cardinal Berhaneyesus Souraphiel in Tigray crisis

A letter of concern on the crisis in Tigray and on the involvement of H. E. Cardinal Berhaneyesus Souraphiel (Head of the Ethiopian Catholic Church) Your Holiness Pope Francis, We…

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A massacre in Debano, Werki Amba, Tembien, Tigray

In the small village of Debano, Kibrom says he alone knows 30 people that have been killed. Properties have been deliberately destroyed. For instance, water jericans were either taken or pierced with sharp things making them unusable.

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Recent Stories of the War on Tigray: the Collective Agony Continues
Residents of Tigray have told human rights groups and journalists of massacres, widespread sexual violence and indiscriminate killings© AFP EDUARDO SOTERAS

Recent Stories of the War on Tigray: the Collective Agony Continues

One of the weapons Abiy Ahmed is lies, grandiose lies. (I call him homo mendacious for the same reason). The following excerpt debunks one of his biggest and most frequently told lies: That the war started because TPLF attacked the Northern Command. The truth is that Abiy and his mentor, Isaias, the architect of the war, had long planned it.

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