NAIROBI – As soldiers from Eritrea looted the border town of Rama in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, one home became a dispensary for frightened residents seeking medicine in the midst of war.
In return, they shared details of killings in nearby communities. An American nurse visiting her family listened in shock. Now, after escaping to her home in Colorado, she struggled to estimate the number of dead. “I don’t know, 1,000?” she told The Associated Press. “It was a lot, just in the rural areas.” She has been unable to reach her parents since leaving.
If the fighting doesn't end soon, she said, “we'll be left without families." Rare witness accounts are illuminating the toll of the shadowy conflict in Tigray, which is largely cut off from theRead more on clickorlando.com