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ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - An Ethiopian government air strike injured many university students on Thursday in the capital of the northern Tigray region, rebel forces said in a Facebook post.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - The leader of Ethiopia's Tigray rebel forces said the regional capital Mekelle was bombed on Thursday, but gave no more details as federal troops said they were bearing down on the highland city of about half a million people.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Police raided apartments across Berlin early on Tuesday and detained three people suspected of involvement in a jewel heist at a museum housing one of Europe's greatest collections of treasures, officers said.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's air force bombed sites in and around the Tigray region's capital of Mekelle on Monday, four diplomatic and military sources said, as a nearly two-week conflict continued.
HAMDAYAT, Sudan (Reuters) - Ethiopians fleeing war in the northern Tigray region crossed a border river into neighbouring Sudan on Saturday, some in boats, some swimming or wading through the water.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - At least three rockets were fired at Eritrea's capital from Ethiopia on Saturday night, five regional diplomats said, a major escalation of a conflict pitting Ethiopian government troops against rebellious local forces in the Tigray region.
AL-FASHQA, Sudan (Reuters) - Civilians fleeing fighting in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region described bombing by government jets, shooting on the streets and killings by machete, as they joined thousands of refugees crossing into neighbouring Sudan.
ADDIS ABABA/AL FASHQA, Sudan (Reuters) - The United Nations voiced concern on Friday that the conflict between Ethiopian government forces and insurgent northern leaders could spiral out of control and said war crimes may already have been committed.
AMMAN (Reuters) - Syrian President Bashar al Assad on Wednesday blamed U.S. sanctions and pressure on the United Nations and Syria's neighbours for the reticence of more than 5 million refugees who fled the conflict there to return.