Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict: Six months on and no end in sightTamrat Kidanu, 66-year-old survivor of a massacre at Dengolat last November that Amnesty International says was carried out by Eritrean troopsIt has been six months since Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed sent troops into Tigray for a military campaign he vowed would be swift and targeted.But violence rumbles on, and reports continue to emerge of massacres, rape and widespread hunger.How did we get here? -Scroll to continue with contentAd


2 thoughts on “Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict: Six months on and no end in sightTamrat Kidanu, 66-year-old survivor of a massacre at Dengolat last November that Amnesty International says was carried out by Eritrean troopsIt has been six months since Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed sent troops into Tigray for a military campaign he vowed would be swift and targeted.But violence rumbles on, and reports continue to emerge of massacres, rape and widespread hunger.How did we get here? -Scroll to continue with contentAd”

    1. Thank you so much my friend. The federal government is deeply saddened by the ongoing genocide campaign by dictator Abiy Ahmed. Therefore, all of us, the international community, are still committing this heinous crime against the people of Tigray. I believe we must stand together against this crime and we must all stand up for humanity because we are all one.

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