Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict has also been marked by widespread human rights abuses that have drawn sharp condemnation from international partners such as the United States and European Union, who have suspended budgetary support.
But the Tigray war is one of many that are beset by ethno-nationalist insurgencies, elite competition, intercommunal violence and a severe drought. These have uprooted whole communities and left millions in need of aid.
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