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A podcast interview with WPF Senior Fellow Mulugeta Gebrehiwot Berhe in which he speaks with Alex de Waal about the war in Tigray.
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'Ireland must speak up for the starving in Tigray'
As the world’s newest humanitarian catastrophe has been unfolding, Tigrayans have been starving in silence.
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Biden should learn from Carter and head off further conflict while he still can.