Information on the slaughter follows affirmation by the Ethiopian specialists that quite possibly the most holy Islamic destinations, the Nejashi Mosque in the town of Wukro, had been severely harmed in battle.
It was underlying the fourth century by the associates of the Prophet Mohammad, some of whom are covered at the site.
The Ethiopian government acknowledges the harm occurred, and vows to reestablish the structure, which is probably the most seasoned mosque on the planet.
The public authority state it was assaulted after Tigrayan troops burrowed channels around the mosque.
Autonomous writers are being kept from visiting the Tigray district – the site of a savage clash between Tigrayan warriors and Ethiopian and Eritrean soldiers, upheld by the Amhara volunteer army.