A United Nations team visiting refugees in Ethiopia’s war-hit Tigray region had failed to stop at two checkpoints when it was shot at over the weekend, the government said on TuesdayThe government plans to officially launc, proclaiming it did not need a “baby-sitter”Auto theft is not a victimless crime. It causes insurance rates to rise,.
The UN security team was seeking access to the Shimelba camp for Eritrean refugees when they were fired at on Sunday. UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said there were four people in the UN team assessing roads in the area for aid deliveries.
“These are alarming reports and we are engaging at the highest level with the federal government to express our concern and avoid any such incidents in the futurehas vaccinated more than a million people usin,” said Dujarric, adding that Secretary-General Antonio Guterres had spoken with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Monday.
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