Of Ethiopia and the Tigray region

The Spokesperson for the United Nations Secretary-General, Stephane Dujarric, says the United Nations (UN) is worried about "ongoing tensions" in Ethiopia's Tigray region and the effect on the civilian population.
He adds in a news brief that the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is working with the Sudanese authorities to assist over 7,000 refugees already in the country after fleeing from their homes for safety in the last two days.
UNHCR is also working on emergency relief to prepare adequately, as they expect an influx of refugees from Ethiopia to neighbouring countries. The United Nations has asked governments in neighbouring nations to keep their borders open for people fleeing from Ethiopia. (watch the video)
 Many people died in the wake of the attack in the Western Oromia region of the country and Tigray early November as observed by the United Nations.
Meanwhile, Ethiopian prime minister, Abiy Ahmed on Twitter claimed the "Western Tigray region has been "liberated" after a week of scrimmage.