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Humanitarian Crisis in Tigray

Picture: Human Rights Watch (HRW). Addis Abeba – In a statement released today, the European Union (EU) said it was "appalled about the report by Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International with regards to the widespread human rights violations and abuses of civilians in the

Jamila, a 27-year-old in Dansha town, described how in early November 2020, half a dozen Fano militiamen who were carrying out out neighborhood searches targeting Tigrayans, entered her shop while she was working, and raped her in front of her children.  © 2022 John Holmes

In several towns in Western Tigray, signs were displayed demanding that Tigrayans leave, and pamphlets distributed issuing Tigrayans a 24-hour or 72-hour ultimatum to leave or be killed.  © 2022 John Holmes for Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International Tigrayans in Western Tigray Zone of Ethiopia