Ethiopia civil war: Thousands of troops assemble on highway to front line in bloody conflict

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The UN issues a warning about the growing crisis in Ethiopia being a ‘stain on our consciousness’, as thousands of people are living at risk of starvation.

Sky News witness dozens of vehicles and groups of soldiers from the Ethiopian National Defence Force (ENDF) on the road to Dessie in the region of Amhara.

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