Buried underground by Tigray People Liberation Front (TPLF), the Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF) discovered 21 fuel tanks filled with 4.7 million liters of fuel hidden underground in two areas in Tigray region.
As the Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF) announced concluding its major operation in Tigray region by liberating almost all towns in three weeks, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Sunday met with high-ranking military commanders and members of the interim administration in the capital of the region Mekele.
Weekend Reading – BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE – Ethiopia has been major headlines of international media in the past few months. This is because of the growing tension between the federal government of Ethiopia and Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF). TPLF, which has led the arms struggle concluded in May 1991 and has been on […]
The National Defense Force of Ethiopia has liberated Mekele, the capital of TIgray region, from the control of Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF). The federal police is now searching to capture and bring to court the leaders wanted for treason and war crimes, among others.
Before the Ethiopian army moves into Mekele City, the capital of Tigray Region within less than 60 hours, an Ethiopian official advised the inhabitants of the city to follow suit of other towns of Tigray fully liberated from TPLF in the last few days.
As the National Defense Force of Ethiopia is encircling Mekele city, the capital of Tigray Region, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed gives another 72 hours for the leaders of Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) to surrender.