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World Ethiopia-L'Ou deplores raids that killed more than 100 civilians in the TITY

02:25  15 january  2022
02:25  15 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

The Red Cross alerts on the shortage of medical equipment in northern Ethiopia

 The Red Cross alerts on the shortage of medical equipment in northern Ethiopia © Yasuyoshi Chiba Ambulances of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on 24 June 2021 at the main hospital of Mekele, capital of The region of the Tiger, Ethiopia of the doctors of the Tiger, Ethiopian region at war, are forced to recycle surgical gloves and to use salt to disinfect the injury, in the face of the shortage of medical equipment, alert Tuesday the international committee of The Red Cross (ICRC).

Ethiopia-Conflict / UN (photo, TV): Ethiopia-L'on deplore raids that killed more than 100 civilians in the Tigi

Geneva , January 15 (Reuters) - The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) was concerned Friday of "multiple information, deeply worrying" reporting aerial offensives against the Tiger Region that at least 108 civilians have been killed in these strikes since the beginning of the month.

speaking in front of journalists in Geneva, a spokesman for OHCHR cited multiple air attacks in the Northern Ethiopia region, including a bus, an airport and a displaced camp.

"At least 108 civilians were killed and 75 wounded, since the year began, following the air strikes that the Ethiopian Air Force," said Liz Throssel, calling on the authorities Ethiopian to guarantee the protection of civilians in respect of international law.

The spokespersons of the Army and the Ethiopian Government did not respond immediately to comment requests.

In the past, the government has denied targeting civilians as part of its more than a year conflict with Tiger's rebels. These would not have sufficient air means to carry out raids. (Report Emma Farge, with Dawit Endeshaw, George Obulsa and Michelle Nichols; French version Jean Terzian)

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