Ethiopia: TPLF says it’s still fighting government troops. Mon 30 Nov 2020 Post Author:Dawit Gebreselassie Post published:December 6, 2020 Post Category:Int media Post Comments:0 Comments Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed speaks during a question and answer session in parliament 30th November 2020 Credit: EPA/STR The leader of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front says his troops are still fighting against the military near the city of Mekelle. It has not been possible to independently verify either side’s statements. Post Views: 810 You Might Also Like Excerpt from the Diary of a Survivor of Tigray Genocide January 15, 2022 The state of affairs in Tigray according to two Tigrayan residents of Mekelle January 13, 2022 List of Ethiopian Universities Supporting the War on Tigray and Their Types of Support January 12, 2022 Dear Tigray: For once, choose reality over kindness. January 5, 2022 Ayder Doctors and Health Professionals: “Hoping Against Hope!” January 4, 2022 This is the Moment for a ‘We are the World’ Type Campaign to Stop #TigrayGenocide January 4, 2022 Why Erasing Tigray to Build a Modern Day Babel Fails? December 31, 2021 An Eritrean: “There shouldn’t be a region called Tigray” December 29, 2021 The Abiy regime directs Ethiopian Missions to target WHO’s Tedros Adhanom. December 26, 2021 Today I didn’t commit suicide, and that’s enough. December 24, 2021 Tigrayans: A Nation Fighting a Genocide December 18, 2021 Why is the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission Opposing the UN Human Rights Commission’s Session on Ethiopia? December 17, 2021 If there must be war in Ethiopia: A Response to Eskinder Nega December 1, 2021 Africanizing the Genocidal War on Tigray: Last Arrow of the Dying Regime November 25, 2021 Tigray Solidarity Art: A Journey November 18, 2021 Critiquing ICG Report: “Ethiopia’s Civil War: Cutting a Deal to Stop the Bloodshed” November 8, 2021 One Year of Tigray Genocide as Told by Siyad Arts November 5, 2021 Why the Ethiopian people and the International Community should Abandon PM Abiy Ahmed November 4, 2021 “Do It Even If It Grieves You”: SM Platforms Ignore Escalating Calls for Genocide in Ethiopia October 31, 2021 Whataboutism and Bothsidesism in the War on Tigray October 27, 2021 The War on Tigray as an Extension of Isaias Afewerki’s War on Democracy October 24, 2021 War on Tigray and the Relentless Attack on Humanitarian Workers October 6, 2021 Acting Mayor of Mekelle Concedes Presence of Eritrean Troops in Tigray January 3, 2021 The war on Tigray: A multi-pronged assault driven by genocidal undercurrents December 20, 2020 Three Tigray political parties’ letter to the UN security Council on Eritrea and independent investigation April 19, 2021 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username Enter your email Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.