Deliberate Damage to Public Institutions in the Village of Digum due to the War on Tigray
A screenshot from a footage of Digum Elementary School destroyed by the invading forces of Ethiopia and Eritrea

Deliberate Damage to Public Institutions in the Village of Digum due to the War on Tigray

Dugum (or Digum) is a rural village with only a few public institutions. And yet, these institutions have been deliberately damaged/destroyed by the invading Eritrean and Ethiopian forces. Some of…

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Summary of General Tsadqan Gebretensae’s Interview with Dimtsi Weyane
A screenshot of General Tsakan Gebretensae from the interview

Summary of General Tsadqan Gebretensae’s Interview with Dimtsi Weyane

Background: Lieutenant General Tsadqan Gebretnsae is a TPLF veteran who served as a chief-of-staff of the Ethiopia National Defense Forces between 1991 and 2000. After retirement, General Tsadqan served as…

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The Tigray Predicament: From Ballots to Bullets, and Hunger
A burned-down grinding mill in Hadish Adi, Tahtay Mai Chew. Photo by Professor Kindeya Gebrehiwot.

The Tigray Predicament: From Ballots to Bullets, and Hunger

Ceasefire must be pursued to save lives from engineered famine, but it is not an ultimate solution as the mistrust between parties to the conflict is so severe. A final solution must be to arrange mechanism to allow the Tigrayan people to decide on their destiny.

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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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Photos of Victims and Mass Graves from the Debre Abay Massacre

We have reported on the gruesome massacre took place on 5 and 6 January, 2021 in Debre Abay, Western Tigray. We also published a detailed report, in Tigrinya, which included the names of 59 of the more than 100 victims. We have now received photos of some of the victims, and the mass burials. We present them below.

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After ethnic cleansing of Tigrayans from Western Tigray, Amhara State proceeds to lease and distribute their farmlands to Amhara investors

the winners of the bid, without having to submit project proposal, land impact document evaluation, investment permit, should only present a renewed ID and take the deal within 7 consecutive days

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Can Letebirhan of 2021 Tigray Genocide Move the World like Birhan of the 1984 Ethiopian Famine?

Will the world show the same compassion and heart that it demonstrated in 1984? Are there Tony Blair's whose lives will be changed by seeing Letebirhan's image? Are there Bob Geldof's still in the 21st century? Are there world-famous artists that can be moved into action?

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