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« Reply #225 on: January 06, 2021, 09:16:25 am »



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From where are Tigray fighters operating?

Despite Ethiopian government's announcement last month that military operation in Tigray region of Ethiopia was over, fighting still goes on in Tigray. Tigray forces have adopted the strategy of guerilla warfare. Although urban territories have been taken over by Ethiopian National Defense Forces but still Tigray fighters keep on hitting Ethiopian government forces. Where is Tigray fighters' powerbase in Tigray? From where Tigray fighters are operating and carrying out attacks on Ethiopian government forces?






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Ethiopia says Sudan army is carrying out organized attacks on Ethiopian border areas

Ethiopia says Sudanese forces are carrying out organized attacks against Ethiopian farmers on Ethiopia-Sudan border. Both Sudan and Ethiopia are accusing each other of killing civilians in border areas. According to Sudanese officials, a Sudanese farmer was killed in Khor Yabis by Ethiopia Amhara militia fighters on Saturday. While Ethiopian Foreign Ministry spokesperson today accused Sudanese forces of looting and killing Ethiopian farmers. Sudan, two days ago, claimed of having captured entire Al Fashaga farms area along Ethiopia border. Al Fashaga farms in El Gedaref state has been center of conflict between Sudanese forces and Ethiopian Amhara fighters and farmers.




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« Reply #226 on: January 07, 2021, 09:50:58 am »



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Fighting between Tigray fighters & Eritrean forces near Endabaguna

Several sources are reporting on fighting between Tigray fighters and Eritrean troops near Endabaguna town of Tigray. Endabaguna is situated in central Tigray region of Ethiopia. Presence of Eritrean troops in Tigray has been confirmed by several international news outlets including The New York Times. To the north of Endabaguna is situated Shire town. Hitsats and Shimelba refugee camps lie west of Shire. Earlier several sources claimed that Eritrean troops committed war crimes at Hitsats and Shimelba refugee camps. The fighting near Endabaguna confirms the presence of Eritrean troops near Eritrean refugee camps in Tigray, which is matter of concern for international aid and relief organizations which could not gain access to Hitsats and Shimelba since November 4.






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Ethiopian General Belay Seyoum says Eritrean forces entered Tigray on their own

Ethiopian Army General Belay Seyoum says that Eritrean troops entered Tigray region of Ethiopia uninvited. Since the start of fighting in Tigray region of Ethiopia, Tigray leaders have been accusing Eritrean troops of fighting in support of Ethiopian government forces in Tigray region of Ethiopia. Ethiopian and Eritrean government have been rejecting the news about presence of Eritrean forces in Tigray region of Ethiopia. According to Major General Belay Seyoum of ENDF, Eritrean troops entered on their own.




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« Reply #227 on: January 07, 2021, 09:53:07 am »



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Tigray: Supply of heavy military equipment to ENDF through Afar region

Supply of heavy military equipment to Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) through Afar region is being reported by some sources. Pictures of T72 tanks and AFV 89-Type on their way near Semera city of Afar towards Tigray are being shared by supporters of Tigray fighters. According to Tigray supporters, these tanks and armored fighting vehicles are being supplied to Ethiopian government forces who are fighting Tigray forces in Tigray region since November 4. Though Ethiopian government last month claimed that military operation in Tigray was over. But the supply of heavy military equipment to Ethiopian government forces stationed in Tigray indicates that fighting is far from over in Tigray region of Ethiopia.





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« Reply #228 on: January 07, 2021, 09:54:50 am »



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Sudan media says Sudan army repulsed 2 attacks by Ethiopian forces and captured 1 Ethiopian soldier

Sudanese media sources are claiming that Sudanese army has repulsed two attacks by Ethiopian forces and militia fighters on Sudan-Ethiopia border. According to The Sudan Tribune, first attack was carried out in Sariba area in Fashaga al Kubra (Greater Fashaga). The attack was repulsed by Sudanese forces and one Ethiopian soldiers armed with Goryunov heavy machine gun was taken prisoner by Sudanese forces. The second attack was carried out by Ethiopian Amhara militia fighters in Al Alwa area, wchi was thwarted as well. Ethiopian government has not issued any statement in this regard yet. Sudan and Ethiopia are locked into decades-long border dispute over fertile lands of Al Fashaga farms in El Gedaref state of Sudan. Al Qadarif state of Sudan shares border with Ethiopia.




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« Reply #229 on: January 08, 2021, 09:26:35 am »


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BBC & ETV air conflicting accounts of what happened to Al Nejashi mosque in Tigray

Tigray's famous Al Nejashi mosque near Wukro was damaged in the ongoing fighting in Tigray region of Ethiopia. Ethiopian state television ETV and BBC have told conflicting accounts of who damaged Al Nejashi mosque. ETV interviewed residents of the area who claimed Tigray fighters dug trenches near the mosque while BBC quoted a Beligum-based no profit organization which claimed that Al Nejashi mosque was bombarded and looted by Ethiopian and Eritrean forces. Al Nejashi mosque is the oldest mosque in Africa.






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Four senior Tigray/TPLF leaders have been killed & 9 arrested, claims Ethiopian government

Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) claim that 4 senior Tigray/TPLF leaders including Sekuture Getachew and Abebe Gebremedhin have been killed by Ethiopian government forces and 9 have been arrested. ENDF spokesperson Brigadier General Tesfaye Ayalew made this announcement a short while ago in a press conference. Among the killed include Sekuture Getachew, Abebe Gebremedhin, Zeray Asgedeom and Daniel Assefa. Among the arrested TPLF/Tigray leaders include Abadi Zemu, Tewdros Hagos, Mercy Teklai, Kidusan Nega, Solomon Kidane etc. Tigray fighters have not issued any statement in response to these claims of ENDF so far. Fighting between Ethiopian National Defense Forces ( ENDF) and Tigray Regional Forces started on November 4 in Tigray region of Ethiopia.




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« Reply #230 on: January 08, 2021, 09:34:01 am »



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Ethiopia deploys more troops on Sudan border

Ethiopia has deployed more troops on Ethiopia-Sudan border. According to Sudan Tribune, more Ethiopian troops along Ethiopia-Sudan border have been deployed to stem the flow of Tigray refugees into Sudan. More than 60,000 Ethiopian refugees have crossed into Sudan from Tigray after fighting broke out between Ethiopian government forces and Tigray region's forces on November 4. Reportedly around 5000 Tigray refugees near Dima village of Ethiopia want to cross into Sudan and reach Hamdayet refugee center on Sudan side of the border but the refugees are not being allowed by Ethiopian government forces to cross into Sudan.


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« Reply #231 on: January 08, 2021, 11:59:46 am »



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Sudanese high level officials reach Al Fashaga near Ethiopian border

Sudan Ethiopia border dispute: Sudanese high level government and military officials are visiting Al Fashaga farms near Ethiopian border. Professor Siddique Tour, member of Sudan's Sovereignty council, visited Al Gedaref state of Sudan on day before yesterday. He congratulated Sudan army for taking control of Al Fashaga farms on Sudan-Ethiopia border. In recent days, Sudan has captured several areas on Sudan-Ethiopia border.



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« Reply #232 on: January 10, 2021, 09:31:06 am »



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Eritrea offers to mediate between Ethiopia & Sudan to resolve border dispute

Eritrea has offered to mediate between Ethiopia and Sudan to resolve Ethiopia-Sudan border dispute. Sudanese military has taken control of several areas along Sudan-Ethiopia border in the past few days. Reportedly, a high level Eritrean delegation visited Sudan and offered to mediate between Sudan and Ethiopia. Some sources are saying that Sudan has rejected Eritrean mediation offer.






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Top Tigray leader Sebhat Nega arrested by Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF)

Tigray's top leader Sebhat Nega has been arrested by Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF). Sibhat Nega is one of the founding members of Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF). According to Brigadier General Tesfaye Ayalew of ENDF, Sibhat Nega's wife has also been arrested. Sebhat Nega is 86 years old and he is widely respected in TPLF as he is the senior most leader of TPLF. Yesterday ENDF claimed that four TPLF leaders had been killed and 9 arrested. Fighting between Ethiopian Federal government forces and Tigray's regional forces started on November 4.




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« Reply #233 on: January 10, 2021, 09:33:25 am »



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Tigray fighters & ENDF fight near Mekelle, Shire & Shiraro

Fighting between Tigray fighters and Ethiopian Federal forces (ENDF) was reported last night near Mekelle, Shire and Shiraro. UN, in its first comprehensive humanitarian assessment report on Tigray, claimed last night that fighting was going on between Tigray forces and ENDF near Mekelle, Shire and Shiraro towns of Tigray. More than a month ago, Ethiopian Prime Minister claimed that military operation in Tigray was over. But it seems that fighting still continues in several parts of Tigray.






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More military convoys of ENDF arrive in Tigray

More military convoys of Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) are arriving in Tigray. Yesterday a huge ENDF military convoy was seen on its way from Alamata to Mekelle city. The convoy had dozen of buses carrying troops, trailers with logistics, fuel tankers, water tankers etc. Military reinforcement for Ethiopian Federal Forces are continuing to arrive in Tigray region. It indicates that fighting is going on in Tigray region of Ethiopia. In November, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmad claimed that military operation in Tigray was over. But fighting between Tigray regional forces and Ethiopian Federal government forces goes on in many parts of Tigray.




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« Reply #234 on: January 10, 2021, 09:37:16 am »



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EEPA says attack on Maryam Tsion church in Aksum town of Tigray caused hundreds of casualties

Europe External Program with Africa (EEPA), a Belgium-based non-profit organization, claims that an attack on Maryam Tsion church in Aksum town of Tigray caused more than 700 casualties. According to EEPA, attackers wanted to take away The Ark of Covenant from Mary Zion church. More than 700 persons, who were inside the church, were taken out and shot by the attackers. EEPA has not provided any evidence about the alleged attack on Maryam Tsion church of Tigray. Meanwhile fighting between Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) and Tigray Defense Forces (TDF) goes on in several parts of Tigray.






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Ethiopian Govt shares pictures of arrested Sebhat Nega, senior Tigray leader

Ethiopian government today shared pictures of arrested senior Tigray leader Sebhat Nega. Sebhat Nega is one of the founding members of Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF). Yesterday Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) claimed to have arrested Sibhat Nega. In the pictures released by Ethiopian government, Sebhat Nega can be seen in the custody of Ethiopian forces.




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« Reply #235 on: January 10, 2021, 09:38:35 am »



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Sudan provides evidence of Eritrean forces backing Ethiopia in Sudan-Ethiopia border dispute

Sudan says it has evidence available that Eritrean forces are backing Ethiopian forces in Sudan-Ethiopia border dispute. A high level Sudanese delegation visited Eritrea yesterday and provided the evidence to Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki. The high level Sudanese delegation consisted of Deputy Chairman of Sudanese Sovereignty Council Muhammad Hamdan, Foreign Minister Omar Gamaruddin and Head of Sudanese intelligence agency General Gamal Abdul Majid. According to Sudanese officials, Eritrea mobilized its forces in support of Ethiopian forces from Umme Hajar town on Eritrea border to Abdur Rafi town on Ethiopia side of Ethiopia-Sudan border. Sudanese officials claim that Eritrean troops are fighting in Tigray as well in support of Ethiopian forces.




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« Reply #236 on: January 11, 2021, 11:55:49 am »



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Ethiopian Govt shares pictures of arrested Sebhat Nega, senior Tigray leader

Ethiopian government today shared pictures of arrested senior Tigray leader Sebhat Nega. Sebhat Nega is one of the founding members of Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF). Yesterday Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) claimed to have arrested Sibhat Nega. In the pictures released by Ethiopian government, Sebhat Nega can be seen in the custody of Ethiopian forces.






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Tigray fighters have 4 major groups

Tigray fighters, who are fighting Ethiopian Federal troops since Novembet 4, have 4 major groups. Fighting between Ethiopian National Defense Forces and Tigray Defense Forces is still going on in many parts of Tigray region. Tigray fighters include Tigray regional force, Tigray Police, Ethiopian Northern Command defectors and Tigray local militias.




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« Reply #237 on: January 11, 2021, 11:57:23 am »



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First evidence of the use of armed drones in Tigray

Ethiopian government forces are using armed drones in the ongoing fighting in Tigray region of Ethiopia between Ethiopian federal government forces and Tigray regional forces. In a leaked video clip, Brigadier General Tesfaye Ayalew, ENDF spokesperson, can be heard talking about combat drones hitting targets in Tigray region of Ethiopia. Tigray leaders have been accusing UAE of providing drone support to Ethiopian federal forces against Tigray fighters. United Arab Emirates denies being part of Tigray fighting. Ethiopian federal government has Chinese CH-4 version combat drones too.






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Huge intentional fires destroy key facilities in Tigray

Huge intentional fires are destroying key facilities in Tigray region of Ethiopia, claims Bloomberg. According to Bloomberg, 8 fresh satellite images of PlanetLabs  taken between the 5th and 8th January show widespread intentional fires destroying key infrastructure at Hitsats and Shimelba refugee camps in Tigray. Reportedly, World Food Program (WFP) buildings, a basic health unit, a high school, houses and facilities at Hitsats & Shimelba refugee camps were set on fire between January 5 and January 8. Hitsats and Shimelba have thousands of Eritrean refugees. Las week, The New York Times claimed that Eritrean troops were involved in looting and killing at Hitsats and Shimelba refugee camps of Tigray.




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« Reply #238 on: January 11, 2021, 01:20:51 pm »



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Eritrean troops seen during Sebhat Nega's arrest

Eritrean troops were seen during the arrest of Tigray leader Sebhat Nega. Ethiopian state media has shared video clip showing Sebhat Nega in the custody of Ethiopian National Defense Forces. In the video clip, some security officials wearing uniforms resembling military uniforms worn by Eritrean soldiers can be seen. It is being said on the basis of this clip that Eritrean troops were part of or present during during TPLF leader Sebhat Nega's arrest. Several international news outlets have reported on the presence of Eritrean troops in Tigray region of Ethiopia, where fighting has been going on between Ethiopian federal government forces and Tigray's regional forces since November 4.




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« Reply #239 on: January 14, 2021, 02:41:15 pm »

среда, 13.01.2021.

Етиопија: Више од 80 цивила убијено код границе са Суданом

Више од 80 цивила убијено је у уторак у нападу изведеном у региону Бенишангул-Гумуз на граници Етиопије са Суданом, саопштила је данас државна Етиопска комисија за људска права.

„Добили смо информације да је преко 80 цивила убијено у још једном масакру”, изјавио је за Ројтерс Арон Машо, саветник у Комисији, јавио је Ројтерс преноси Танјуг. Прошлог месеца је убијено више од 220 људи у истом региону. Машо није могао да каже ко је извео напад.

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