News Highlights Horn: UN aircraft forced to turn back, Military coup in Sudan, Facebook knew of hate speech problems in Ethiopia

In this week news highlights on the situation in the Horn of Africa: United Nations aircraft forced to turn around due to airstrike; Military coup in Sudan and state of emergency declared; Humanitarian situation worsens; Severe fuel shortages in Tigray; Clashes near Dessie; Facebook documents show the company knew about hate speech problems in Ethiopia; UN investigation to be published on Monday; Ethiopian Air campaign continues; US House Foreign Affairs Committee passes resolution.

News Highlights: Three MSF workers killed in Tigray; Key aid supply bridge destroyed in Tigray; Greece to allow refugee travel in EU

In this week’s news highlights: Key supply bridge connecting western Tigray destroyed; EEPA webinar discusses Eritrean involvement in Tigray; Hundreds dying in inaccessible areas in Tigray; Three MSF workers murdered in Tigray; Organisations call for protection of civilians amid changes in Tigray; Kenya accused of illegally deporting asylum seekers; MSF workers forced to leave detention centres over risk of violence;; Greek minister reinstates freedom of travel for refugees and migrants; Four hundred migrants and refugees on hunger strike in Brussels; Seven refugees drown as boat capsizes off the coast of Lampedusa; Malta asks Libyan coast guard to intercept a refugee boat; IOM states that refugees and migrants healthcare being neglected on a global scale.