WHO vows to keep demanding aid access to Tigray

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WHO vows to continue demanding aid access to war-ravaged Tigray region. Addis Ababa has asked the UN health agency to investigate its leader Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. It accused him of backing rebels in his native Tigray. Tedros last week described conditions in the Ethiopian region as "hell"
4 months ago

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The Citizen

WHO vows to keep demanding aid access to Tigray

The World Health Organization (WHO) vowed Sunday to continue demanding aid access to Ethiopia’s war-ravaged Tigray region despite a complaint from Addis Ababa against the WHO chief.Ethiopia’s government said Friday it had asked the UN health agency to investigate its leader Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus – a former Ethiopian health and foreign affairs minister – for “harmful misinformation” and “misconduct”, accusing him of backing rebels in his nat…

4 months ago·South Africa
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The New Arab

WHO vows to keep demanding aid access to Tigray

The World Health Organisation has said that it will continue to request access to the Tigray region, and complete its mission of delivering aid.

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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