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UN cancels humanitarian flight after Tigray airstrikes

We bring you the latest from Ethiopia, where the conflict escalates. For the fourth day this week, the government launched an air strike on the capital of the Tigray region. The bombardment forced a United Nations humanitarian flight to abandon its landing in the capital.

We also head to Democratic Republic of Congo, as two major labor groups – teachers and port workers are on strike. Hundreds of workers from the state-owned ports company stormed its headquarters, furious over being owed years worth of pay.

Finally, our reporters in Central African Republic follow the displaced from Bangassou.


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