UN condemns Ethiopia expulsions, says 5.2 million need aid in Tigray • FRANCE 24 English

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The #UnitedNations on Friday condemned #Ethiopia’s announcement that it was expelling seven senior UN officials, and voiced concern for 5.2 million people in the #Tigray region who are in need of urgent assistance as #malnutrition rises.

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