It's been 6 months since armed conflict began in Tigray. Here's what you need to know about the horrific human rights violations that are occurring in the region.
"Thousands of women and girls are being targeted by the deliberate tactic of using rape as a weapon in the civil war" in Ethiopia's Tigray region. Rape is happening "wherever there are Eritrean or Ethiopian troops."
UN confirms military forces blocking aid in Ethiopia's Tigray region following CNN investigation
It's been six months since armed conflict began in Ethiopia's Tigray region - African and other world leaders must urgently do more to stem the horrific human rights violations that are occurring. Here's what you need to know and why you should care.
“More has to be done” by the U.S. and its allies to address atrocities in the Tigray region, including systemic gang rapes of young girls, @USAmbUN says. "We have to make sure that the victims hear our voices, but also the perpetrators know that we are concerned."
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I am deeply concerned about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia’s Tigray region and the growing reports of crimes against civilians. The Ethiopian government must help end the violence and allow humanitarian workers, human rights monitors, and journalists full access.