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Ethiopia’s Struggling Displaced People Face Dilemma: Stay or Go Home?

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Internally displaced persons in northern Ethiopia's Afar region have been leaving some camps due to lack of food and shelter. Many people were forced to flee their homes because of fighting between Tigray regional forces and federal troops and their allies. Others fled record drought that has decimated livestock herds and left millions of Ethiopians hungry.
Ethiopia’s Struggling Displaced People Face Dilemma: Stay or Go Home?
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Ethiopia’s Struggling Displaced People Face Dilemma: Stay or Go Home?

Internally displaced persons in Ethiopia’s Afar region have been leaving camps because of lack of food and shelter. The U.N. has warned that returning home may not prove any better and it's seeking more international aid. Halima Athumani reports from Semera, Ethiopia. Camera: Yidnkeachew Lemma.

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Ethiopia's Struggling IDPs Face Dilemma: Stay or Return Home?

Halima AthumaniFILE – A woman walks between tents at the internally displaced persons camp of Guyah, Afar region, Ethiopia, May 17, 2022.SEMERA, ETHIOPIA — Internally displaced persons in northern Ethiopia’s Afar region have been leaving some camps due to lack of food and shelter. The U.N., warning that returning home may not prove any better, is calling for more international support.Many people were forced to flee their homes because of fighti…

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