News Highlights: Human Rights Experts on Ethiopia call for submissions, Eritrean refugees mistreated, Humanitarians question IOM voluntary return programme

In this week’s News Highlights: UN International Commission of Human Rights Experts on Ethiopia call for submissions on human rights violations; New footage of the situation in Tigray; Eritrean refugees mistreated by Ethiopia authorities lose hope in the UNHCR; Several ‘terrorist attacks’ stopped, Ethiopian police forces claim; Al-Shabab attacks at border were reportedly a diversion to enter Ethiopia; Battle of influence between Europe and Russia on Ethiopia; Somalia’s application to EAC gets fast-tracked; No political stability in sight in Libya; Over 1,100 people saved at sea off Libya; Aid workers question IOM-assisted voluntary return programme; Two reports firmly criticise the UK Home Office migration policy; Scholars warn about “resource-constrained immobility”; A UNICEF guideline on vulnerability of children on the move for climate-related reasons.

News Highlights: Eritrean refugees in Addis forcibly moved and called to register, SSA in Libya tortures returned refugees, Forced returns by Greece

In this week’s News Highlights: Refugees International concerned about forced movement of Eritrean refugees; Eritrean refugees in Addis Ababa called to register themselves; Amnesty urges Ethiopian authorities to investigate massacre of 400 Amhara civilians; TPLF, federal government negotiating teams at odds; CPJ urges Tigray authorities to release journalists; Researchers describe why thousands of Ethiopians flee; US Embassy charge d’affaires says goodbye to the Eritrean people with strong message; 18 million people food insecure in the Horn; Sudanese army fuels tribal tensions, say pro-democracy groups; EU reiterates support to Khartoum for democratic transition; Niger/EU partnership based on border security only, say human rights groups; Libyan militia intercepting boats are taking refugees and migrants to be tortured; Mediterranean crossings becoming more frequent and more deadly; Turkey reiterates accusation of illegal pushbacks by Greece; 3,000 migrants and refugees found in Serbian border camps; African leaders to meet with US to discuss food and climate issues in December.

News Highlights: “No tangible progress” in Eritrea, EU criticised for treatment of refugees, War in Ukraine to affect every country

In this week’s News Highlights: Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Eritrea publishes new report; Child mortality in the the Horn on the rise; FAO and WFP call for immediate action to face drought and food shortage; Aid in Tigray remains limited; Ethiopian federal government reportedly ready to find a solution to the ongoing conflict; Commercial drivers accused of supplying good to TPLF by federal government; US welcomes delivery of humanitarian aid in Ethiopia; UN chief calls on all sudanese parties to start talks in “good faith”; “The Russian Company” gold implementation in Sudan; MSF criticises EU for treatment of refugees and migrants in Niger; UK embassy reopens in Tripoli; Human smugglers arrested in Spain; Sit-in in Morocco for the persons lost at sea; Securitised approach by the EU increases risk for refugees and migrants; Spain to push NATO to classify irregular migration as ‘hybrid threat’; Rwanda scheme meets legal challenge as refugees face despair in the UK; Sexual violence against women as military tactic in Ukraine; Consequences of war in Ukraine affect more and more countries, UN says