Togoga / Tigray / Tuesday / Reuters / Mekelle

An air strike killed at least 43 people in the town of Togoga in Ethiopia's Tigray region on Tuesday, a medical official told Reuters, after residents said new fighting had flared in recent days north of the regional capital Mekelle.

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Togoga / Tigray / Tuesday / Reuters / Mekelle

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