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Thousands of Ethiopians flee to Sudan amid intense fighting in Tigray

Ethiopia's human rights commission is sending a team of investigators to the Tigray region, where hundreds of people are reported to have been killed. Government forces have been fighting troops of the regional government. Tigray officials have admitted to firing rockets in two cities in the neighbouring state of Amhara. They say the air strikes were in retaliation for shelling by government troops. Natasha Hussain reports. Africa Matters 👉 http://trt.world/f931 #TigrayConflict #Ethiopia #Refugees

Ethiopia's govt insist military strikes aren't targeting civilian areas

Ethiopia's govt insist military strikes aren't targeting civilian areas

Africa Matters: Ethiopia’s Tigray Crisis

Africa Matters: Ethiopia’s Tigray Crisis

Decoded: Ethiopia Turmoil

Decoded: Ethiopia Turmoil

At least six people killed in air strikes in Tigray region

At least six people killed in air strikes in Tigray region

Bethlehem Christmas under Omicron cloud

Bethlehem Christmas under Omicron cloud

Turkey pushes to buy F-16 fleet from US

Turkey pushes to buy F-16 fleet from US

Gaza gold loses lustre in Israeli blockade

Gaza gold loses lustre in Israeli blockade

13 people dead, hundreds flee as Mount Semeru erupts

13 people dead, hundreds flee as Mount Semeru erupts

Croatia deploys drones to replant forests destroyed by wildfires

Croatia deploys drones to replant forests destroyed by wildfires

Omicron concerns boost vaccination efforts across the world

Omicron concerns boost vaccination efforts across the world

Displaced Syrian artist brings Palmyra to life

Displaced Syrian artist brings Palmyra to life

Singrauli residents suffer under pollution from coal mines in India

Singrauli residents suffer under pollution from coal mines in India

Albania medical workers go door-to-door, combat vaccine hesitancy

Albania medical workers go door-to-door, combat vaccine hesitancy

Talks in Vienna end without agreement to revive Iran nuclear deal

Talks in Vienna end without agreement to revive Iran nuclear deal

WHO says Omicron detected in 38 countries, no deaths reported

WHO says Omicron detected in 38 countries, no deaths reported

Africa Matters: China in Africa

Africa Matters: China in Africa

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