300 killed in March outbreak of Ethiopia ethnic violence, says official

Clashes involving Ethiopia's two largest ethnic groups killed more than 300 people over several days last month, a federal official said Friday, in what is the latest sign of instability ahead of elections expected in June.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (L) welcomed by Eritrea's President Isaias Afwerki
Ethiopia says Eritrean troops have 'started to evacuate' Tigray
Ethiopia has announced that military troops from neighboring Eritrea have “started to evacuate” the conflict-hit Tigray region situated between the two African states.
Military presence near Aksum Airport in Aksum, Ethiopia
Tigray: Eritrean troops killed more than 100 civilians, rights group
Eritrean soldiers killed more than 100 civilians in the city of Aksum in Tigray in November last year, the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) said in a report published on Wednesday.
File- In this file photo dated Monday, Nov. 30, 2020, Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed responds to questions from members of parliament at the prime minister's office
Ethiopia's leader Ahmed admits atrocities committed in Tigray
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has for the first time admitted that atrocities were committed during the military offensive in the northern Tigray region.
The conflict has caused much destruction in Tigray
Biden to send envoy to Ethiopia over Tigray conflict
US President Joe Biden is sending a senator to Ethiopia to raise with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed his grave concerns over the crisis in the northern region of Tigray, the allegations of human rights abuses and the risk of broader instability.
Thousands of Ethiopians fled Tigray after the govt offensive was launched
Ethiopia's Tigray op 'a dirty war' afflicting 'defenseless' civilians - Top general
A "dirty war" causing suffering for "defenceless" victims is unfolding in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region, a general said in a private briefing with diplomats last week, according to an audio recording of his comments obtained by AFP.
Ethiopia PM Abiy Ahmed
Ethiopia accepts AU human rights probe on Tigray 'excesses'
The Ethiopian government has agreed to accept a human rights investigation by the African Union, AU. The probe is in respect of crisis in northern Tigray region.