Protesters in Falmouth, UK decry Tigray ‘genocide’

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    Protesters held a rally in Falmouth, UK to draw attention to the state of affairs in Tigray, northern Ethiopia as the situation in the conflict area continues to deteriorate. Tens of thousands of children are at risk of starvation in the area, UN children’s agency UNICEF says.

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