What Can The World Do to End Tigray's War?

Tens of thousands of people are fleeing to Sudan, and Finnish foreign minister Pekka Haavisto warns of a "new refugee drama" in the EU after visiting the Um Rakuba refugee camp in Sudan. He said Ethiopian government's military operation against the Tigray People's Liberation Force has "lasted more than three months and we do not see an end to it," Haavisto said he did not receive a "clear answer" about Ethiopian troops, some of whom have been accused of violence against civilians
Writing in African Arguments, Martin Plaut says the human impact of another hundred days of war would be devastating, and the need to act is urgent.

 

A family displaced from Tigray's western zone who received emergency nutrition from Unicef.

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