Ethiopia declares ceasefire as rebels advance in Mekele – Eye on Africa

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    In tonight’s edition: Ethiopia’s government on Monday declared an immediate, unilateral ceasefire in its Tigray region after nearly eight months of conflict as Tigray forces occupied the regional capital of Mekele. And Ministers from over forty countries meet in Rome to address the jihadist threat on the continent. This, as reports of Boko Haram pledging alliegance to rival group Iswap worries Nigeria although some analysts remain skeptical seeing it as convenient propaganda.

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