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By Rodney Muhumuza, Associated Press
More aid arrived in Ethiopia's Tigray Wednesday following the signing of a truce earlier this month calling for unhindered humanitarian access into the northern region.
By Associated Press
Top military commanders from Ethiopia and its embattled Tigray region have agreed to allow unhindered humanitarian access to the region and form a joint disarmament committee following last week's truce.
A new round of talks has begun between Ethiopia's government and Tigray representatives to work out military and other details of last week's signing of a "permanent" cessation of hostilities in a conflict thought to have killed hundreds of thousands…
By Cara Anna, Associated Press
Ethiopia's civil war is the deadliest conflict in the world. As many as half a million people have died in the conflict between the federal government and the northern province of Tigray, whose leaders used to run the country. The…
By Nick Schifrin, Zeba Warsi, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
In our news wrap Wednesday, U.S. Capitol Police said it was not watching cameras monitoring the Pelosi home when an attacker broke in because the speaker herself was not there, Benjamin Netanyahu remains headed for a decisive win in Israel's…
By Mogomotsi Magome, Cara Anna, Associated Press
Ethiopia's warring sides have formally agreed during talks in South Africa to a permanent cessation of hostilities in a 2-year conflict whose victims could be counted in the hundreds of thousands.
The 2-year conflict produced hundreds of thousands of victims and enormous challenges lie ahead, including getting all parties to lay down arms or withdraw.
Even as Ethiopia’s warring sides attend their first formal peace talks in a devastating two-year conflict, witnesses in the country’s embattled Tigray region tell The Associated Press that forces from neighboring Eritrea are killing some civilians and looting as they and allied…
In our news wrap Sunday, Xi Jinping has been named to an unprecedented third term as leader of China, extremist militants stormed a hotel in the Somali port city of Kismayo, Iran's atomic energy agency claims foreign hackers stole information…
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