At least 600 civilians were killed in northern Ethiopia massacre, rights commission says

At any rate 600 regular folks were killed during an assault in northern Ethiopia toward the beginning of November in light of their nationality, a state-named common freedoms commission said Tuesday. 

In its starter report into the November 9 slaughter at Mai-Kadra, a town in the Tigray area, the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission said a casual gathering of Tigrayan young people, helped by nearby authorities and police, “done way to-entryway” attacks, murdering hundreds they distinguished as ethnic “Amharas and Wolkait.” 

The contention takes steps to fix long periods of progress in Africa’s second most crowded nation and the unsettled Horn of Africa area. 

An individual from the Amhara Special Forces watches on at the fringe crossing with Eritrea where an Imperial Ethiopian banner waves, in Humera, Ethiopia, on November 22. 

“We are not worried about planning, we are worried about our last total achievement,” said the leader of the Tigray district, Debretsion Gebremichael, on Tigray TV Monday night. 

A harmed tank stands deserted on a street close to Humera, Ethiopia, on November 22, 2020 

The contention has spread to Eritrea, where the TPLF has terminated rockets, and furthermore influenced Somalia where Ethiopia has incapacitated a few hundred Tigrayans in a peacekeeping power battling al Qaeda-connected assailants. 

Cyril Ramaphosa, the leader of South Africa and administrator of the African Union, met the leader of Ethiopia, Sahle-Work Zewde on Friday. 

“I like the preparation of the national administration of Ethiopia to work with the AU and get the agents to locate a serene goal to this contention,” Ramaphosa said in a tweet following the gathering. 

The United Kingdom is “worried” about the heightening clash in Tigray, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab told the UK parliament Tuesday.