UN warns of ‘very critical’ shortages in Ethiopian Tigray

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The United Nations says shortages have become “very critical” in Ethiopia’s besieged Tigray region as its population of 6 million remains isolated and its capital threatened with attack by Ethiopian forces seeking to arrest the rulers regional. Fuel and cash are running out, more than a million people are now displaced and food for nearly 100,000 refugees from Eritrea will be gone within a week, according to a new report released overnight. And more than 600,000 people who depend on monthly food rations have not received them this month.

Travel blockages are so severe that even in Tigray’s capital, Mekele, the United Nations World Food Program cannot gain access to food transport from its warehouses. Communications and travel links with the Tigray region have still been cut since the deadly conflict erupted on November 4, and now Human Rights Watch warns that “actions that willfully obstruct relief supplies” violate international humanitarian law.

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  • The United Nations says shortages have become “very critical” in Ethiopia’s besieged Tigray region as its population of 6 million remains isolated and its capital threatened with attack by Ethiopian forces seeking to arrest the rulers regional.
  • UN warns of ‘very critical’ shortages in Ethiopian Tigray
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