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Tigrayan Leaders Killed Include Former Foreign Minister @EthiopianNewsA : #Ethiopia 

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As a Tigrayan, My Bond With Ethiopia Feels Beyond Repair: #Ethiopia 

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“With no unifying narrative to legitimize his authority and with international support wavering, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed may find the fallout from the Tigrayan war much harder to manage than the war itself.”

Initial @hrw  findings on Tigray: >Heavy shelling of Humera town before federal government forces entered. >Residents caught in crossfire between federal government and allied and TPLF forces. >Hundreds of ethnic Amhara and Tigrayan execution victims.

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“With no unifying narrative to legitimize his authority and with international support wavering, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed may find the fallout from the Tigrayan war much harder to manage than the war itself.”

Ethiopia to offer reward of $260,000 for intel on fugitive Tigrayan leaders

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Ethiopia offers reward for word on fugitive Tigrayan leaders: Ethiopia offered a 10 million birr ($260,000) reward on Friday for information on the location of fugitive leaders of a rebellious force in northern Tigray region.

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Ethiopia offers reward for intel on fugitive Tigrayan leaders

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Ethiopia offers reward for information on fugitive Tigrayan leaders

Ethiopia offers reward for information on fugitive Tigrayan leaders

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Anti-Tigray ethnic profiling is so pronounced in Ethiopia, that even the CEO of Ethiopian Airlines, a Tigrayan, was stopped from leaving the country. Essential read on the far-reaching, often indiscriminate crackdown, by @MarksSimon  @Lattif 

"I'm afraid of these people who killed us with knives, machetes, and axes." This Tigrayan family fled their home in northern Ethiopia after a massacre. Now they are among thousands seeking refugee on the Sudanese border.

Refugees from the Ethiopian region of Tigray continued to flee into Sudan Tuesday, as Ethiopia's PM declares federal forces would soon launch final military assault against Tigrayan troops. 👉Warring Sides in Ethiopia Both Claim They Are Winning

Ethiopia’s military has accused WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus - a Tigrayan - of working to 'get weapons' for Tigray forces

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Exclusive: Tigrayan peacekeepers in Somalia disarmed by Ethiopian colleagues, sources say

Ethiopian jets bombed the Tigray region on Friday and Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed pledged more air strikes in the escalating conflict amid reports that Tigrayan forces had seized control of federal military sites and weapons.

Ethiopian police visited an office of the United Nations’ World Food Programme (WFP) in Amhara region to request a list of ethnic Tigrayan staff, according to an internal U.N. security report seen by Reuters on Friday.

6,000+ Ethiopians fled to Sudan — some families struggling to cross a river — after the government began a military campaign on Tigray province. PM Abiy Ahmed launched the assault amid a conflict with Tigrayan leaders, who once dominated politics. Hundreds are reported killed.

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Hundreds have died in Ethiopia after government forces began an assault on Tigray province, say officials. The federal govt claims Tigrayan forces attacked its military bases. Tigrayans, who are 5% of the population but once dominated politics, accuse it of a targeted crackdown.

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