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War crimes persist despite Ethiopia’s peace agreement with Tigray – UN

Ten months after the government of Ethiopia and the regional forces from Tigray signed a peace agreement, UN human rights experts claim that war crimes and crimes against humanity are still being committed in several regions of Ethiopia.

According to their report, the situation in Ethiopia is really critical. It details crimes perpetrated during the Tigray War by all parties, including Eritrean forces.

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Government authorities are allegedly arresting, holding, and torturing residents in Oromia, according to the International Commission of Human Rights Experts on Ethiopia.

It further states that since the declaration of an emergency there last month, it has received multiple credible reports of breaches against Amhara people.

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“If he is invited and the trip is paid for or he can meet the cost of his own trip and that of his entourage, he doesn’t need to inform governments,” argued Emmanuel Mwamba, the PF’s spokesperson.

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