International Bodies Can Stop Further Massacres in Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, concrete measures to pave the way for accountability - such as the establishment of a robust international investigative mechanism - are key. Yet international bodies still seem unwilling to take concrete measures to press warring parties to prevent further atrocities, opines Laetitia Bader in New Humanitarian.

This as The Elders called for the African Union to act strongly against Ethiopia for the war that was sparked in November 2020, when the Ethiopian government accused the Tigray People's Liberation Front of targeting government military units and holding illegal elections in Tigray.


A view of Addis Ababa city.

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