The terrorist TPLF killed 240 people, including 107 children, in an attack on displaced families sheltering at a health facility and a school in the Afar area, according to UNICEF.
During her visit to Ethiopia last week, US Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Samantha Power voiced worry over the terrorist TPLF’s military activities in Ethiopia’s neighboring Amhara and Afar regional regions.
“UNICEF is deeply worried by the alleged death of over 200 individuals, including more than 100 children, in attacks on displaced families hiding at a health facility,” UNICEF stated in a statement released today.
Despite Ethiopia’s government declaring a unilateral humanitarian truce, the terrorist organization has maintained its aggressive assaults in the neighboring Afar and Amhara areas.
By refusing the government’s unilateral humanitarian ceasefire, the terrorist TPLF has been escalating the violence into neighboring regions, according to certain foreign media outlets.
According to Aljazeera, the terrorist TPLF launched an attack in the Afar region that targeted cities and schools in the “Kalikuma” area.
Over 200 individuals were killed in a terrorist strike by the TPLF targeting civilians, with more than 100 of them being minors.
According to several media reports, the TPLF has been using young soldiers in their continuous provocative activities, against international regulations.
According to UNICEF, the organization is also purposefully obstructing humanitarian supplies to the people of Tigray, causing “a 10-fold rise in the number of children who may suffer from life-threatening malnutrition in Tigray over the next 12 months.”