Abiy Stonewalls as Evidence Mounts of War Crimes in Tigray

Refugees from Tigray at the Umm Rakouba refugee camp in Qadarif, eastern Sudan, Dec. 11, 2020 (AP photo by Nariman El-Mofty).
Refugees from Tigray at the Umm Rakouba refugee camp in Qadarif, eastern Sudan, Dec. 11, 2020 (AP photo by Nariman El-Mofty).
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Editor’s Note: Every Friday, Andrew Green curates the top news and analysis from and about the African continent. Subscribers can adjust their newsletter settings to receive Africa Watch by email every week. Despite mounting pressure from the international community, the Ethiopian government is blocking independent investigations into allegations of atrocities and human rights abuses committed by federal troops and their allies in the war-torn Tigray region. Instead, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s office confirmed this week that the government will conduct its own probes. The statement from Abiy’s office acknowledged that the allegations are “credible,” a reversal from the government’s earlier […]

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