In this week’s News Highlights: Eritrean troops still blocking aid and committing violence in Tigray; Eritrean President blames TPLF for start war; Ethiopian Orthodox Church reaces agreement; EHRC reports on IDP massacre; Experts caution re-engagement with Ethiopia should be benchmarked; New Ethiopian representative UN; Wagner may export minerals through Sudan; Sudan amputation sentence raises concerns of extremisation; IOM raises alarm over Horn migration to Yemen; EU renews Rwanda agreement for evacuees Libya; EU carries responsibility for deaths at sea, says Save the Children; Parliament approves Frontex support to North Macedonia; Internal warnings of Frontex operations in Greece ignored; Ethiopian woman dies at Polish border; Portugal interested to lead EU-AU relations; AU Summit kicks off.
In this week’s news highlights: Amnesty International reports on massacre in Aksum; EU Special Envoy warns situation in Tigray is out of control, urges for mandate to negotiate humanitarian access; Witness report on events in Shimelba refugee camp; Refugees from Benishangul-Gumuz flee to Sudan; Tigrayan peacekeepers in South Sudan fear ethnic targeting; Migration from the HoA to Gulf countries down 73%; Human traffickers arrested in Kufra; Press remarks from the EU High Representative on the situation in Ethiopia; At least 41 deaths in a shipwreck, while 45 others rescued in Central Mediterranean; Illegal pushbacks from Greek island reported; Scrutiny over private contractor hotels hosting asylum seekers in the UK; MSF calls to ensure vaccinations for undocumented migrants in EU; New UN Network centre on migration in Turkey; Open letter to G20 for financial support to developing countries amidst COVID-19.
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