UN chief calls for ‘unconditional and immediate’ Ethiopian ceasefire • FRANCE 24 English

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#UN chief Antonio Guterres on Wednesday called for an “unconditional and immediate” #ceasefire in #Ethiopia, where government forces are battling rebels from the northern #Tigray region. “The peace process in #Colombia inspires me to make an urgent appeal today to the protagonists of the conflict in Ethiopia for an unconditional and immediate ceasefire to save the country,” Guterres said in Bogota during a visit to the South American country marking five years since a peace deal was signed.

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