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Ethiopian rebels fire rockets into Eritrea, again

At least 4 rockets land near residential areas in Eritrean capital, no casualties reported yet

Addis Getachew   | 27.11.2020
Ethiopian rebels fire rockets into Eritrea, again Units of Ethiopian army patrol the streets of capital Addis Ababa on November 26, 2020 after the last bastion of the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), the city of Mekele and its surroundings, came under attack by the Ethiopian army. Fears of a surge in refugee numbers are mounting as the operations continued after a 72-hour government ultimatum expired for the TPLF leadership to surrender. ( Minasse Wondimu Hailu - Anadolu Agency )


Ethiopia’s Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) has once again fired at least four rockets into Eritrea, media reports said on Friday.

Rockets fired by TPLF forces landed near residential areas in Eritrea's capital of Asmara, as well as towns such as Dekemehari, Gemehalo and Nefasit, the Eritrean Press said in a report.

No casualties have been reported yet.

Ethiopia accused the outlawed TPLF and its forces of trying to internationalize the military measures it has been facing from the Ethiopian National Defense Forces.

Two weeks ago, TPLF fighters fired rockets targeting the airport of Asmara, Eritrea's capital. They also fired rockets targeting airports of two cities in Ethiopia's Amhara regional state.

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