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Humanitarian Crisis in Tigray

General Tadesse Worede during the presser on Sunday. Photo: Screenshot/Tigray TV Addis Abeba -Tigray topmost military commander General Tadesse Worede said nearly 65% of Tigray's armed combatants were disengaged from front lines as part of efforts to implement the permanent cessation of hostilities agreement in

Federal and Tigray military leaders meeting was concluded on the weekend of 12 November. Pictured: Field Marshal Berhanu Jula, Chief of the Ethiopian Defense Forces (right), and Lt. General Tadesse Worede, chief of Tigrayan forces (left), accompanied by Getachew Reda and Lt. Gen.

Health worker Mengistu Atalay attends to a newborn baby, asphyxiated at birth, in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Mai Tsebri Primary Hospital.  Photo: ©UNICEF Ethiopia/2021/Demissew Bizuwerk Addis Abeba -A report by the UN released yesterday revealed that an estimated 30% children in the Tigray region are facing "acute malnutrition" while more than five million people