As peace begins in Ethiopia, Tigray opens up
Tigray was cut off from the rest of Ethiopia and the outside world for nearly two years. As a civil war raged on, the region was under a de facto blockade that impacted everything from food to phone lines. The war resulted in one of the world’s worst humanitarian disasters, and widespread human rights abuses, including sexual violence. But a peace agreement signed between the Ethiopian government and Tigrayan forces in November means the region is beginning to open up again. So what does that mean for the people in Tigray?
In this episode:
- Lucy Kassa (@berhe_lucy), investigative journalist
- Jude Fuhnwi (@FuhnwiJ), ICRC spokesperson in Ethiopia
This episode was produced by Negin Owliaei with Chloe K. Li, Miranda Lin, and our host, Halla Mohieddeen.
Miranda Lin, Alexandra Locke, and Amy Walters fact-checked this episode.
Our production team includes Chloe K. Li, Miranda Lin, Ashish Malhotra, Negin Owliaei, and Amy Walters.
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