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« Reply #240 on: January 14, 2021, 02:46:38 pm »



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Fierce fighting between Tigray forces & ENDF near Abiy Addi, Meili & Endabaguna

Heavy clashes are being reported between Tigray fighters and Ethiopian Federal government troops near Abiy Addi, Meili and Endabaguna towns of Tigray. In November last year, ENDF claimed that military operation in Tigay was over. But fighting in many parts of Tigray still goes on. Abiy Addi town is in central Tigray while Endabaguna and Meili are situated in north western Tigray region of Ethiopia.






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Ethiopia sent Pantsir missile system to Sudan border

Ethiopia has sent Pantsir missile system to its border with Sudan. Tensions between Ethiopia and Sudan are escalating over border areas like Al Fashaga which was captured by Sudanese forces in a recent large scale military offensive. Pantsir is short range Russian air defense system which is effective against low flying objects including helicopters, drones and aircrafts. Sudan has also deployed its warplanes to border areas.






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Ethiopian fighter jet flying over Sudan

Ethiopian fighter jet violated Sudanese airspace, claims Sudanese Foreign Ministry. According to Sudan, Ethiopian war plane entered Sudanese airspace and it is "a dangerous and unjustified escalation by Ethiopia". Sudan and Ethiopia and locked into border dispute for decades. Sudan took large swathes of land in Al Fashaga recently by a military offensive. Ethiopia and Sudan have mobilized their forces to bordering areas. Both Sudan and Ethiopia have deployed their forces in border areas. Ethiopian fighter jets and Sudanese aircrafts have been seen making flights over Ethiopia-Sudan border areas.




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« Reply #241 on: January 14, 2021, 02:48:50 pm »



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3 Tigray leaders including Seyoum Mesfin have been killed, says ENDF

3 top leaders of TPLF (Tigray People's Liberation Front) have been killed by ENDF (Ethiopian National Defense Forces). The killed Tigray leaders include Seyoum Mesfin, former Foreign Minister of Ethiopia, Asmelash Woldeselaisse and Abaiy Tsehaye. Colonel Kiros Hgos, who defected and jointed Tigray forces, has also been killed. Meanwhile fighting between Ethiopian National Defense Forces and Tigray fighters goes on in several parts of Tigray.






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Tigray forces claim to have captured Dearo Tekle & Adi Berak

Tigray forces are claiming that they have taken control of two places i.e. Dearo Tekle and Adi Berak near Eritraean border. Dearo Tekle is situated to the north of Adwa town. It is around 25 kilometers away from Tigray-Eritrea border. Adi Berak is also close to Ethiopia-Eritrea border in Tigray. Fighting between Tigray forces and Ethiopian federal government forces is being reported in several parts of Tigray. It seems Tigray forces are pushing this war to Tigray-Eritrea border areas.




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« Reply #242 on: January 17, 2021, 08:28:15 am »



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EU suspends aid to Ethiopia over Tigray conflict

European Union has suspended its aid to Ethiopia over Tigray conflict. Joseph Borrel, EU's top diplomat, announced that $107 million EU aid to  Ethiopia would remain suspended until Ethiopia ensured access to relief and refugee organizations in Tigray region of Ethiopia. UNHCR yesterday again informed that its workers did not have access to Hitsats and Shimelba refugee camps in Tigray region of Ethiopia. Ethiopian government announced on November 27 that military operation in Tigray was over. But fighting between Ethiopian federal government forces and Tigray regional forces is still underway in many parts of Tigray.






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Sudan demands Ethiopia to withdraw from 2 places on Sudan-Ethiopia border

Sudan has demanded Ethiopia to withdraw from two places Qatran & Khawar Omar on Sudan-Ethiopia border. Muhammad Al Faki Suleman, spokesperson of Sudanese Sovereignty Council, demanded withdrawal of Ethiopian forces from the two places. Tensions are rising on Sudan-Ethiopia border over long running border dispute.






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South Sudan mediating between Ethiopia & Sudan to resolve border tensions

South Sudan is mediating between Ethiopia and Sudan to resolve ongoing tensions on Ethiopia-Sudan border. South Sudan's President Salva Kiir today sent a special envoy to Sudan. The envoy met with Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok. At the end of the meeting, Sudan issued an official statement appreciating therein South Sudan's mediation initiative. Ethiopia is yet to respond to South Sudan President Salva Kiir's offer of mediation to resolve Ethiopia-Sudan deadlock over border areas. Both Sudan and Ethiopia have mobilized their troops in border areas in a growing row over Al Fashaga farms on Sudan-Ethiopia border.




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« Reply #243 on: January 18, 2021, 03:52:51 pm »



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Eritrea deployed 2,000 soldiers on Ethiopia-Sudan border: Sudan Tribune

Sudan Tribune and other Sudanese news sources are claiming that Eritrea has sent more troops to back Ethiopian forces in the ongoing Ethiopia-Sudan border row; Reportedly Eritrea has deployed 2,000 soldiers in Wadi Gurab towards Birkat Noreen along smaller Fashaga on Ethiopia side of Ethiopia-Sudan border; Eritrean troops are armed with heavy weaponry. Two weeks ago, Sudan claimed that Eritrea had deployed its forces near Abdurafi town on Ethiopia side of Ethiopia-Sudan border. Eritrea and Ethiopia deny these claims of Sudan. Meanwhile tensions are still running high on Ethiopia-Sudan border. Both the countries have mobilized their forces towards border areas






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Eritrea deployed hundreds of Somali soldiers to fight in Tigray, claims SomaliGuardian

Eritrea sent hundreds of Somali soldiers to fight in Tigray region of Ethiopia, claims SomaliGuardian. According to the website, at the start of November, Eritrea sent more than 2,000 Somali recruits, who were under training in Eritrea, to fight in support of Ethiopian National Defense Forces  (ENDF) against Tigray forces in Tigray region of  Ethiopia. SomaliGuardian quoted Deputy head of NISA ( National Intelligence & Security Agency of Somalia) Abdiasalan who claimed that 4,000 Somali recruits were sent by Eritrea to fight in Tigray and 370 had been killed in Tigray. Somali, Ethiopian and Eritrean government have not officially issued any statement in this regard so far.




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« Reply #244 on: January 19, 2021, 09:46:36 am »



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Tigray forces captured ENDF soldiers near Idagarbi

Tigray forces are claiming to have captured several ENDF soldiers near Idagarbi town of Tigray. Several pictures and videos are being shared by Tigray supporters in which ENDF soldiers can be seen in the custody of Tigray Defense Forces (TDF). According to Tigray supporters, Tigray fighters repelled 2 ENDF attacks near Idagarbi and during the clashes Tigray forces captured ENDF soldiers. Fighting between Tigray forces and Ethiopian Federal government forces started on November 4.






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Did Ethiopian PM give the green light to Sudan before border fighting?

Sudanese Army Chief, Abdul Fatah Al Burhan, yesterday claimed in a speech that he agreed with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmad to deploy Sudanese forces in border areas. Al Burhan implied that Ethiopian Prime Minister gave him the go-ahead about starting deployment of Sudanese forces in border areas. Ethiopia and Sudan have mobilized their forces in border areas. They are locked into a border dispute over fertile lands of Al Fashaga on Sudan-Ethiopia border.




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« Reply #245 on: January 19, 2021, 05:12:02 pm »



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How much of central Tigray is under the control of Tigray forces?

How much of central Tigray region is under the control of Tigray forces?Tigray supporters are claiming that Tigray fighters have managed to take control of 90% territory in central Tigray. The claim is definitely exaggerated. But in the past 10 days, heavy clashes between Tigray forces and Ethiopian federal government troops in central Tigray region have been seen. Tigray fighters have made gains and they are trying to consolidate their positions in central Tigray region of Ethiopia.






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Somalia officially denies having deployed troops to Tigray

Somalia has officially denied that troops from Somalia are fighting in Tigray region of Ethiopia. Somali Information Minister, in a video message, rejected all claims about soldiers from Somalia fighting in support of Ethiopian government forces in Tigray. Somalia's opposition MPs and former deputy head of Somalia's NISA (National Intelligence & Security Agency) yesterday claimed that troops from Somalia, who were undergoing military training in Eritrea, had been launched by Eritrean forces to fight in Tigray region of Ethiopia.




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« Reply #246 on: January 23, 2021, 11:40:26 am »



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Two senior army officers of Tigray surrendered, says Ethiopian government

Two senior army officers of Tigray have surrendered, claims Ethiopian government. According to a statement issued by Ethiopian Prime Minister Office, Major General Retired Muhammad Esha and Brigadier General Retired  Mulugeta Berhe have surrendered to Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF). Both are retired military officers of ENDF. According to Ethhiopian government, both Generals joined Tigray fighters after retirement from ENDF.






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MLRS of Tigray forces found destroyed near Tekeze

A Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) of Tigray forces has been found partly destroyed near Tekeze in central Tigray region of Ethiopia. Tigray forces used MLRS to fire long range rockets on Bahir Dar city and Asmara, Eritrean capital. The pictures of the spotted destroyed MLRS show that it was hit in an airstrike.  Meanwhile fighting between Tigray forces and Ethiopian Federal Government troops is still being reported in several parts of Tigray.




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« Reply #247 on: Yesterday at 09:22:33 am »



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Tigray fighters launching attacks on Gondar in Amhara state

Tigray fighters are launching attacks on Ethiopian National Defense Forces ( ENDF) and Amhara Regional Forces in northern and central Gondar region in Amhara state. Amhara state shares border with Tigray state. Reportedly from the forested mountains in Tsegede and Welkait wordedas, Tigray forces are launching attacks in northern and central Gondar region areas. Fighting between Tigray forces and Ethiopian National Defense Forces continues in several parts of Tigray.





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Tigray fighters claim to have carried out a huge attack on ENDF near Adi Goshu

Tigray fighters are claiming to have carried out a huge attack on Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) near Adi Goshu area. Adi Goshu is situated in western Tigray. No pictures, videos or satellite images have been shown to back this claim. Reportedly, in Tsegede and Wolkait woredas, Tigray fighters have taken shelters in forested mountains from where they are are carrying out attacks in western Tigray and in Tigray-Amhara border areas.




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