Ethiopia marks one year of brutal civil war in Tigray region

In tonight’s issue: A year has passed since Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed triggered a civil war by sending troops to the northern Tigray region after local TPLF forces seized military bases there. The country is still mired in conflict. Thousands of people have died, two million have been forced from their homes, around 400,000 are facing famine and both sides are accused of atrocities. A year later, calls for a ceasefire increase amid deepening conflict.

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