Ethiopia conflict: Tigray missiles target Eritrean capital Asmara | DW News

The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission says gunmen have attacked a passenger bus in the country’s west, killing more than 30 civilians. The latest violence comes as the leader of Ethiopia’s Tigray region admitted launching rockets into neighboring Eritrea. The UN says tens of thousands have already fled the fighting to Sudan and warns that the country might be embarking on a dangerous trajectory, increasing the risk of genocide and war crimes.


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