In northern Ethiopia, the commander of Tigrayan forces says two-thirds of troops have relocated away from the frontlines, a month after a ceasefire agreement ended fighting in the war-torn region. This comes as Ethiopia’s military has been accused of massacring Tigrayan prisoners of war captured during the conflict. The Washington Post reports at least 83 Tigrayan soldiers in a makeshift Ethiopian prison camp were slaughtered by guards in November 2021, with their bodies dumped in a mass grave by the prison gate. Other witnesses reported Ethiopian guards have killed imprisoned soldiers in at least seven other locations.
Ethiopian Troops Accused of Massacring Tigrayan Prisoners of War
HeadlineDec 06, 2022