World Turns 'Blind Eye' to 1.4M Displaced Ethiopians - Aid Group
Conflict has uprooted some 1.4 million Ethiopians from their homes since the start of the year, according to the report. This has been largely due to new ethnic clashes in Gedeo and West Guji region in southern Ethiopia and continued violence in the Oromia-Somali border region.
CAJ News, 13 September 2018
Conflict has forced some 1,4 million Ethiopians to flee their homes since the beginning of the year. Read more »
Norwegian Refugee Council, 12 September 2018
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