Food access is being turned into a weapon of war as hundreds of thousands of people in Ethiopia’s troubled Tigray region face famine, reporters have claimed. The United Nations and other humanitarian groups have warned that more than 350,000 people could be at risk of famine in the war-torn area. Associated
"If things don't change soon, mass starvation is inevitable.
“This is a man-made disaster."
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