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Benedikt Kamski cited in AFP: More than 50,000 displaced in clashes in northern Ethiopia

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During a two-year war between Ethiopia’s government and regional Tigrayan authorities, Amhara forces occupied Raya Alamata in southern Tigray. The violence is escalating as rival regions grapple for control. According to the United Nations, more than 50,000 people are displaced, raising urgent humanitarian concerns.

Benedkit Kamski, currently based in Addis Ababa, is cited in an article by AFP in The Africa Report to comment on the Pretoria Peace Agreement and its implementation. The full article can be read on the website of The Africa Report.

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