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« Reply #120 on: November 30, 2020, 08:05:39 am »



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Red Cross shares video message from Mekelle city of Tigray

International Committee of Red Cross ( ICRC ) today shared a video message from Mekelle city of Tigray region. Yesterday, Ethiopian government forces claimed to have captured Mekelle city from Tigray fighters. Red Cross today said that there was shortage of medical supplies in Mekelle hospitals. According to ICRC spokesperson, for the past two days, ICRC and Ethiopian Red Cross have been shifting the wounded and deceased to Mekelle hospitals.


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« Reply #121 on: November 30, 2020, 01:28:57 pm »



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Ethiopian federal forces are looking for the leaders of the Tigray People's Liberation Front after government soldiers entered the regional capital Mekelle, the Ethiopian national defence force chief said.

The Ethiopian government says its forces now control the whole region. State television showed weapons that it said the TPLF had hidden in churches. The TPLF leaders meanwhile promised to keep fighting.

Hundreds were reportedly killed and thousands displaced in the conflict.


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« Reply #122 on: November 30, 2020, 01:30:27 pm »



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Ethiopia expels South Sudan diplomats after rumors about Dr Debretsion being in South Sudan

Ethiopia has expelled South Sudan diplomats from Ethiopia over alleged presence of Tigray leader Dr Debretsion in South Sudan. According to Sudan Post, a Cairo based news source, Ethiopia, on Saturday, expelled South Sudan diplomatic mission from Ethiopia after rumors spread that Tigray President Dr Debretsion was in South Sudan where he met with Egyptian President Al Sisi. Egyptian President Abdul Fatah Al Sisi visited South Sudan on Saturday. Meanwhile fighting between Ethiopian forces and Tigray fighters continues.


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« Reply #123 on: November 30, 2020, 01:34:08 pm »



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Tigray fighters claim to have recaptured Aksum town

Tigray fighters are claiming to have recaptured Aksum town of Tigray region. Aksum town was taken by Ethiopian government forces almost a week ago.  Tigray government has not shown any visual evidence about having retaken Aksum town. Aksum town is to the northwest of Tigray capital Mekelle.



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« Reply #124 on: December 01, 2020, 08:32:19 am »



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Eritrean troops taken prisoner in Tigray, Tigray President tells Reuters

In a text message to Reuters, Tigray President Debretsion today claimed that Eritrean soldiers had been taken prisoner in Tigray region of Ethiopia by Tigray fighters. Tigray leaders have been accusing Eritrea of providing military support to Ethiopian government forces which launched an offensive on Tigray region on November 4. Debretsion did not give details on the number of Eritrean soldiers captured. Eritrea shares border with Tigray region of Ethiopia.



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« Reply #125 on: December 01, 2020, 10:32:33 am »



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Ethiopian Prime Minister briefs Parliament about Tigray offensive

Ethiopian Prime Minister, yesterday, briefed Ethiopian Parliament about law enforcement operation in Tigray region of Ethiopia. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmad Ali claimed that there was not a single civilian casualty caused by Ethiopian forces offensive on Tigray region. On the other hand, TPLF ( Tigray People's Liberation Front ) is claiming that a large number of civilians have been killed as a result of Ethiopian government forces' offensive on Tigray region. Two days ago, International Committee of Red Cross ( ICRC ) , operating in Mekelle city of Tigray,  said that there was shortage of medical supplies and body bags in Mekelle hospitals.




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« Reply #126 on: December 01, 2020, 07:44:22 pm »

Etiopija: Predao se visoki funkcioner iz Tigraja
IZVOR: TANJUG UTORAK, 1.12.2020.

Vlada Etiopije je danas saopštila da se predao visoki politički zvaničnik severne regije Tigraj, gde je donedavno besneo rat u kojem su poginule stotine ljudi.

Stotine ljudi su poginule u sukobima vladinih snaga i političkih i vojnih lidera Tigrajskog političkog liberalnog fronta (TPLF).

"Jedan od devet lidera partije TPLF Kerija Ibrahim predao se saveznim službama", navedeno je na zvaničnom Tviter nalogu vlade.

Tigrajske snage nisu bile dostupne za komentar, preneo je Rojters, a i fdalje je teško doći do bilo kakvih informacija iz Tigrajske regije, s obzirom da su telekomunikacije u prekidu.

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« Reply #127 on: December 02, 2020, 08:56:42 am »



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Top Tigray official Keria Ibraim surrenders to Ethiopian government

Top Tigray official Keria Ibrahim has surrendered to Ethiopian government. Last night Ethiopian government issued a statement claiming therein that top Tigray leader Keria Ibrahim, former Speaker for Ethiopian House of Federation, had surrendered. Keria Ibrahim is the 1st Tigray official to have surrendered to Ethiopian government since the start of Ethiopian forces offensive on Tigray region on November 4.


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« Reply #128 on: December 02, 2020, 09:23:07 am »



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Tigray TV shows the person & weapon which downed Ethiopian Mig 23 fighter jet

Tigray TV yesterday showed the person and the weapon which shot down Ethiopian Mig 23 fighter jet. On Sunday, Tigray fighters claimed to have shot down a Mig 23 fighter jet of Ethiopian air force near Abiy Addi town in Tigray region. Pilot of the Mig 23 was captured alive and burning wreckage of the place was also shown on Tigray TV. Yesterday Tigray TV interviewed a Tigray fighter who claimed to have brought down the Mig 23 with MANPADS. MANPADS generally target low flying objects with a surface-to-air missile. A fighter jet can only be shot down with MANPADS if it is flying at low altitude and at slow speed.




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« Reply #129 on: December 02, 2020, 07:08:45 pm »



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Ethiopia gives UNHCR access to Tigray refugees

Ethiopian government today signed an agreement with United Nations High Commission for Refugees ( UNHCR ) allowing UNHCR to deliver aid to refugees in Tigray region. There are around 100,000 Eritrean refugees in Tigray who have run out of food because of Ethiopian forces' offensive on Tigray region. Though Ethiopian government has said that law operation in Tigray is over but Tigray region is still under blockade with internet, telephone and electricity cut off.



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« Reply #130 on: December 03, 2020, 08:12:45 am »



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Ethiopian govt restores telecom services in some parts of Tigray

Ethiopian government has restored telecom services in some parts of Tigray region. After the launch of Ethiopian forces' offensive on Tigray region on November 4, internet, telephone and electricity were cut off in Tigray region. Today Ethiopian telecommunications company announced that telecom services had been completely restored in Alamata city. While in 6 other places including Mai Kadra, Shairaro, Humera, Dansha etc telecom services have been partially restored. International community has been calling upon Ethiopian government to put an end to information blackout in Tigray region.




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« Reply #131 on: December 03, 2020, 12:44:38 pm »



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Mekelle city of Tigray back to normal: Ethiopian state TV

Ethiopian state TV is claiming that life is coming back to normal in Mekelle city in Tigray region. Ethiopian government forces captured Mekelle a few days ago. Tigray fighters are claiming that fighting is still underway in the outskirts of Mekelle city. Reportedly, Mekelle city did not see close combat between ENDF and Tigray forces. Rather Tigray fighters retreated from the city to thin out in other parts of Tigray region.


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« Reply #132 on: December 04, 2020, 11:55:47 am »



UN: Uznemirujući izveštaji o izbeglicama u Eritreji


Agencija za izbeglice UN saopštila je danas da nastavlja da prima "uznemirujuće izveštaje" o eritrejskim izbegličkim kampovima.

Radi se o kampovima u etiopskoj regiji Tigraj koji su i dalje nepristupačni.

"Nadamo se da će nedavni sporazum omogućiti puni i nesmetan humanitarni pristup regionu Tigraj", izjavio je visoki komesar UN za izbeglice Babar Baloh na brifingu u Ženevi, prenosi Rojters.

Bilo je zabrinutosti da su neke eritrejske izbeglice već mogle da napuste kampove u potrazi za bezbednošću, dodao je Baloh.


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« Reply #133 on: December 04, 2020, 03:18:30 pm »



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NY Times reports civilian casualties in Mekelle city of Tigray

The New York Times has confirmed that there were civilian casualties during Ethiopian forces' military operation to capture Mekelle city of Tigray region. Four days ago, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmad claimed that there were zero casualties in law enforcement operation in Mekelle city. According to The New York Times, doctors from Mekelle contacted the newspaper and told that there were around 27 casualties and 100 injured in the artillery shelling done by Ethiopian government forces in on Mekelle city of Tigray region.


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« Reply #134 on: December 05, 2020, 07:50:40 am »



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Tigray fighters finally admit losing Mekelle city

Tigray fighters have acknowledged that they have lost Mekelle city of Tigray. Five days ago, Ethiopian government forces stormed Mekelle city of Tigray in Ethiopia. But since then, Tigray leaders have been claiming that fighting is still going on in the outskirts of Mekelle city. But yesterday Tigray government spokesperson Getachew Ruda at last admitted that Tigray forces had lost Mekelle city of  Tigray region. Mekelle is the capital city of Tigray region. Ethiopian government forces did heavy shelling on the city after which Tigray fighters retreated from Mekelle.


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