Tigrayan Refugees In Sudan Hunt For Missing Relatives

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The Tigray War is an armed conflict. The war was primarily fought in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. As Ethiopia’s civil war comes to an end, the Red Cross is helping refugee families who fled to Sudan find relatives who were unable to escape the conflict.

KHARTOUM MARCH 31: As Ethiopia’s civil war comes to an end, along with a communications blackout in the Tigray region, the Red Cross is helping refugee families who fled to Sudan find relatives who were unable to escape the conflict. Henry Wilkins met with one man in Khartoum who is desperately looking for his lost relative.

The Tigray War is an armed conflict. The war was primarily fought in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia between the Ethiopian federal government and Eritrea on one side, and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) on the other. After years of increased tensions and hostilities between the TPLF and the governments of Ethiopia and Eritrea, fighting began when Tigrayan security forces attacked the Northern Command headquarters of the Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF), alongside a number of other bases in Tigray.

The ENDF counterattacked from the south – while Eritrean Defence Forces (EDF) began launching attacks from the north – which Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed described as “law enforcement operations.

Federal allied forces captured Mekelle, the capital of the Tigray Region, on 28 November, after which Abiy declared the operation “over.” However, the TPLF stated soon afterwards that it would continue fighting until the “invaders” were out,

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