UN: Civilian massacre in Ethiopia’s Tigray a ‘war crime’ | DW News

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Ethiopia is now accusing Tigray regional forces of trying to escalate the conflict there by firing rockets at a neighboring region. The struggle between the central government and Tigray began after Addis Ababa claimed the regional forces had attacked national military bases. Tigrayans controlled Ethiopia’s central government for 30 years. But their power has waned under Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who came to power in 2018. Thousands of civilians have fled the fighting many with harrowing stories. A refugees camp for quickly filled up in neighboring Sudan.

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