EZEMA says the Eritrean Army should not withdraw from Tigray, and accuses TPLF, OLF, Fano Amhara and many others of being a threat to national security.
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EZEMA says the Eritrean Army should not withdraw from Tigray, and accuses TPLF, OLF, Fano Amhara and many others of being a threat to national security.

EZEMA should not call for the withdrawal of Eritrean troops from Tigray. Doing so will create a favorable condition for TPLF to regain its power. It should be known that calling for the withdrawal of Eritrean troops will compound the national security threat.

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Unprecedented migration, death, and  famine unseen in this nation are coming to Tigray, says Tigray’s Head of Agriculture and Rural Development
Dr Abadi Girmay in an interview with Fana TV

Unprecedented migration, death, and famine unseen in this nation are coming to Tigray, says Tigray’s Head of Agriculture and Rural Development

We will see even a lot worse migration, death, famine, and other terrible things than what we are now witnessing in the war. This is not even going to be for one year, it can potentially go to four or more years.

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“The war is with the people”: A brief summary of an interview with a recently fired Tigray interim admin official and another Arena official.
Amdom and Haftay of Arena Tigray with Bekalu Alamrew of Awlo Media

“The war is with the people”: A brief summary of an interview with a recently fired Tigray interim admin official and another Arena official.

Haftay said the war is now with the people of tigray. Amdom also said the war was indeed with the people of Tigray. "We did not expect the war would target the people of Tigray", said Amdom.

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Statement of the employees of Mekelle Diocese and of the administrators of 45 monasteries and churches

In general, the Tigrayan people have been deprived of medical care, telephone, electricity, transport, internet, banking, and all basic services leading to famine, disease, death, and persecution. Our people are in grave danger.

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There might come a time when we will not celebrate the Battle of Adwa
Guzo Adwa Team 2021 Photo Credit: Yared Shumete

There might come a time when we will not celebrate the Battle of Adwa

Just like we stopped marking the Battle of Dogali and commemorating Ras Alula because Dogali is now part of Eritrea there might come a time when we will not celebrate the Battle of Adwa.

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A statement of the Inter-religious Council of Tigray on the existing circumstances of the people of Tigray

Overall, what has happened and is happening here, upon the people of Tigray, are such heavy losses and bitter suffering, that it would make you wish that it is never committed against a creature; it makes you hate having been created.

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Dutch aid workers: The outside world needs to know what’s going on in Tigray
A Tigrayan victim of the war on Tigray / Photo by Joost Bastmeijer

Dutch aid workers: The outside world needs to know what’s going on in Tigray

“A massacre had taken place in one village. When we got there the village was deserted, a ghost town. You could hear the wind whizzing through the streets. Doors rattle. The clinic had been robbed. Employees fled.” After a short stay, Bil met some people. “They are traumatized, frightened, the fear is visible on their faces. Wounded people in the bush do not dare to be treated because they are afraid of being arrested.

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What happened in Sheraro during the first week of the war on Tigray, an eyewitness account

Except few elders and us, no one remained in Sheraro. On Nov 12, we started to see dead bodies on the street. I have counted 13. More than 20 were killed on Nov 11. We asked the ENDF for permission to bury the dead but we were not allowed to. They were laid to rest only after a week.

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Ethiopia defence demands apology from UNHCR, calls Tigrayan UN  peacekeepers mercenaries of the  “junta”
Major General Mohammed Tessema, Director of the Indoctrination Directorate of the Ethiopian National Defence Forces

Ethiopia defence demands apology from UNHCR, calls Tigrayan UN peacekeepers mercenaries of the “junta”

These mercenaries of the ‘junta’ sought to defame the good name and reputation of our country and military and in collusion with other Tigrinya speakers employed at the UN and other places

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