It is a year since a peace deal was agreed to end the bloody conflict in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, which killed hundreds of thousands. Although the peace has lasted, many people have been unable to return home as parts of the region are still occupied, by Eritrean forces to the north and Amhara militias in the west.
Many are displaced and in need of humanitarian assistance.
We went to Shire, in north-western Tigray, to speak to people there who are still struggling with the aftermath of the war.
Produced by Girmay Gebru
Filmed by Andom Berhe
Edited by Mark Sedgwick
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Publish date : 2023-11-02 07:18:48