An attack by an unknown group left at least 20 Muslim worshiper dead, says a regional leader.
Amnesty International says it interviewed dozens of rape survivors to get a picture of atrocities after TPLF rebels seized two towns of northern Amhara region.
Tigray rebels launch "robust" military operations in neighbouring Afar, a decision Addis Ababa says is aimed at "cutting off the primary artery of humanitarian aid to Tigray".
An Amnesty report focuses on testimony from 16 women in the Amhara town of Nifas Mewcha, which was attacked by Tigray forces in mid-August and returned to government control several days later.
Ethiopia’s national army, alongside special forces of the northern Amhara region, launched a coordinated offensive early on Monday, says a Tigray People’s Liberation Front spokesperson.
The development came as a senior Amhara official says the rebels, known as the Tigray People's Liberation Front, were pushing "deep" into Amhara territory and hinted at possible retaliation.
Top Tigray official Abebe Gebrehiwot says Ethiopian government is telling Tigrayan farmers not to farm and blocking seeds from reaching parts of the northern region.
Human rights commission says armed men killed sleeping residents in fires and shootings in western Benishangul-Gumuz region, an area bedevilled by ethnic violence.
Ethiopia's Nobel Peace Prize winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed introduced sweeping political and economic reforms, that have also stoked ethnic and religious tensions as regional strongmen have been emboldened to compete over influence and resources.
The regional government in Kenya’s Amhara said that armed militia killed several dozens of people when they attacked the police headquarters, ruling party headquarters, and president's office during the coup attempt.
Ethiopia PM Abiy Ahmed names Amhara security chief Asaminew Tsige as the chief suspect in an "attempted coup" in the region that left its president, top adviser, and attorney general dead on Saturday.
According to a regional official, several dozens have been killed in Ethiopia's Amhara state in retribution for the killing of at least 21 people in separate clashes last weekend between the Gumuz and Amhara ethnic groups in Benishangul Gumuz state.
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