Tigrayan leader Gebremichael accuse Eritrean forces of mass lootings

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    The UN say fighting continues in many parts of Ethiopia’s Tigray region, and hampers aid delivery despite a deal which grants it access to territory under federal control. Regional president of Tigray, Debretsion Gebremichael accuse Eritrean forces of mass lootings, a claim denied by both Eritrea and Ethiopia. After 10 years of exile, Laurent Gbagbo will be returning to the Ivory Coast this month after receiving two passports this Friday. And… we take a look at how the wave of electric tuk-tuks in Uganda is not only helping the environment but also small business owners.

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