Ethiopia Violence: Eritrean army destroys refugee camps

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For the first time, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister has acknowledged the atrocities occurring in the Tigray region of his country.

Sky News has been reporting on the role Eritrean soldiers have played in Northern Ethiopia, and the ongoing conflict.

Now there are further allegations that those troops attacked refugee camps, which would amount to a breach of international law.

Sky’s Africa Correspondent John Sparks reports from the camps which are decimated with fighting.

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