The government and Tigrayan politicians signed a peace deal but for minority groups there is little choice but to keep fighting
All parties must act responsibly to build a solid foundation for peace after signing an agreement on 2 November
The Ethiopian government is unlikely to give in easily to the demands of the Tigrayan Liberation Front when negotiations intensify
A realistic evaluation of the power plays and political motives of the antagonists is needed to bring lasting peace to the country
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Far from Ethiopia war front, mass arrests ensnare fearful Tigrayans
The Ethiopian government has created its own ‘fact-checking’ unit — and it is not the only government to do so.
The conflict in Ethiopia could spill over into the entire Horn of Africa region. AU and regional leaders need to step up their efforts to de-escalate the situation
Between a communications shutdown and tight restrictions on movement, reporters — and the world — knows little about what is going on in Tigray. But the little that is emerging is terrible
As the conflict between the national government and Tigray escalates, the window for intervention is closing fast
Even as the prime minister was being feted in Oslo last year, the seeds of this conflict were being sown.