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UN approves unbiased investigation into suspected warfare crimes in Tigray battle.
Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed promised the battle in Tigray could be resolved rapidly.
Nonetheless, 13 months later, the combating has intensified amid a number of experiences of torture, rape and different atrocities happening in Tigray.
The battle has created one of many world’s worst humanitarian crises.
The UN’s Human Rights Council has voted to arrange an unbiased investigation into warfare crimes.
Ethiopia’s authorities says it is not going to cooperate with investigators and has accused the council of getting used as “an instrument of political stress”.
Why are worldwide efforts to cease the warfare failing?
Presenter: Dareen Abughaida
Gebrekirstos Gebreselassie – Supervisor of tghat.com, an internet site documenting the warfare in Tigray
Donetella Rovera – Senior disaster adviser, Disaster Response Programme, Amnesty Worldwide
William Davison – Senior Ethiopia analyst, Worldwide Disaster Group