Ethiopia conflict: Federal troops push for Tigray’s regional capital

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For more: Ethiopia’s Prime Minister says his army is advancing and will soon triumph over the local forces of Tigray. But the region’s Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) claims the victory is temporary and they will defeat the government forces. Fighting in the region has entered a third week and has forced tens of thousands to flee from their homes. Our correspondent Girum Chala reports from Addis Ababa.

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  • 1 thought on “Ethiopia conflict: Federal troops push for Tigray’s regional capital”

    1. The Tigray decision their own government is shameful and painful. When African really understands peaceful way of attaining leadership. May God bless Ethiopia she play a big role in African issues. Peace, peace


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