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.

Horn Highlights: Aid convoys reach Tigray, 26 militiamen killed in ambush in Oromia, South Sudan leaders unify command security forces

In this week’s Horn Highlights: First aid convoys reach Tigray, more aid needed; WFP states 40% of Tigray faces “extreme lack of food”; Troops mobilising at Tigray borders; former government-appointed Tigray officials released; Asena TV says Eritrean refugees attacked in Amhara, 8 wounded; Amhara forces kill 26 Oromo militiamen and police in ambush; Eritrea replaces ambassador to Ethiopia with Chargé d’affaires en pied, AS reports; Ethiopia and Kenya reach agreement on bilateral and regional security issues; Sudan’s Burhan threatens to expel UN Envoy; and Security deal reached in South Sudan.