(TheGuardian.com) PM Abiy Ahmed has implied operation will soon be over, but many leaders have found their planned short wars will not end quickly.
Within days, the conflict in the north-western Ethiopian region of Tigray may reach a bloody climax. The fighting between federal forces and those loyal to the ruling party of the unsettled province has been chaotic and bitter. Hundreds have been killed – both combatants and civilians – and many thousands forced to flee their homes. Regional and international powers have looked on with increasing anxiety as violence threatens the stability of one of Africa’s most fragile regions. Continue Reading