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Katharine Houreld

Exclusive-HRW: Eritrean and Tigrayan forces killed and raped refugees

Sep 16 2021

NAIROBI Eritrean soldiers and Tigrayan militias raped, detained and killed Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia’s northern region of Tigray, an international rights watchdog said on Thursday. | Video

Analysis-Ethiopia govt withdrawal from Tigray capital opens new chapter in war

Jul 02 2021

HUMERA, Ethiopia/NAIROBI The capture of the Tigray regional capital by its ousted rulers this week was a dramatic setback for Ethiopia's government, diplomats and analysts say, opening a new chapter in a brutal war but by no means bringing it to an end.

Tigray's former rulers back in Mekelle, Ethiopian government declares ceasefire

Jun 28 2021

AMBA GIORGIS, Ethiopia The former rulers of Ethiopia's Tigray region said on Monday they were back in control of the regional capital Mekelle after nearly eight months of fighting, and the government which ousted them declared a unilateral ceasefire with immediate effect. | Video

Medical official: air strike kills at least 43 in Ethiopia's Tigray

Jun 23 2021

ADDIS ABABA An air strike killed at least 43 people in the town of Togoga in Ethiopia's Tigray region on Tuesday, a medical official told Reuters, after residents said new fighting had flared in recent days north of the regional capital Mekelle. | Video

Exclusive: UN official accuses Eritrean forces of deliberately starving Tigray

Jun 14 2021

ADIGRAT/ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia The northern highlands of Ethiopia became a global byword for famine in the mid-1980s, when drought and conflict combined to create a disaster that killed as many as one million people. Now hunger is stalking the Tigray region again, and a senior UN official alleges that starvation is being used as a weapon of war.

Special Report: How ethnic killings exploded from an Ethiopian town

Jun 07 2021

By Katharine Houreld, Michael Georgy, Silvia Aloisi and Baz Ratner | Video

Witnesses to slaughter: The conflict in Ethiopia

Jun 07 2021

By Silvia Aloisi, Katharine Houreld, Aditi Bhandari and Baz Ratner

Witnesses to slaughter: The conflict in Ethiopia

Jun 07 2021

By Silvia Aloisi, Katharine Houreld, Aditi Bhandari and Baz Ratner

Eritrean and Ethiopian soldiers detain hundreds in Tigray

May 25 2021

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) -Eritrean and Ethiopian soldiers forcibly detained more than 500 young men and women from four camps for displaced people in the town of Shire in the northern region of Tigray on Monday night, three aid workers and a doctor told Reuters.

Eritrean and Ethiopian soldiers detain hundreds in Tigray

May 25 2021

ADDIS ABABA, May 25 Eritrean and Ethiopian soldiers forcibly detained more than 500 young men and women from four camps for displaced people in the town of Shire in the northern region of Tigray on Monday night, three aid workers and a doctor told Reuters.

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