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Ethiopia: Guterres welcomes Tigray humanitarian ceasefire agreement

The UN chief on Friday welcomed the declaration of an indefinite humanitarian truce on the part of the Ethiopian Government, and the commitment by forces in the Tigray region to comply with the immediate ceasefire, amid deep concern for the five million people who need emergency aid there.

EU concerned over Ethiopia's possible further fragmentation, aggravation of armed conflict

Brussels/Sputnik: EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell expressed concerns over the recent escalation of fighting in Ethiopia, pointing to risks of further fragmentation of the country and spreading of the armed conflict, and also reiterated calls for the withdrawal of Eritrean troops.

Ethiopian Parliament approves state of emergency as Tigrayan Rebels advance: Reports

Addis Ababa/UNI/Sputnik: The lower house of the Ethiopian parliament has approved imposing a state of emergency in the country in the last ditch effort to protect the population from the advancing rebels of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Tigray (PNLF), Fana Broadcasting Corporation reported on Thursday.

Tigray crisis: Children must be protected from harm, urges UNICEF

New York: The situation for children in Tigray is becoming increasingly serious as the conflict in the northern Ethiopian region continues to escalate, according to the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

UNHCR relocates victims of Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict to new site in Sudan

New York: A second refugee camp has opened in Sudan for people fleeing violence in Ethiopia’s Tigray region carrying “little more than the clothes on their backs”, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), said on Tuesday.