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Survivors of TPLF Rapes & Massacres | Ethiopia’s Civil War

March 25, 2022

 

Survivors of TPLF Rapes & Massacres | Ethiopia’s Civil War

In November 2020, an outbreak of war in Ethiopia wreaked havoc across various regions in Ethiopia (e.g., Afara, Amhara, Tigray, and Oromo). It saddens me greatly that rape has been used as a weapon of war. Widespread sexual violence acts throughout Ethiopia have been intended to terrorize and humiliate the victims of certain ethnic groups. This video captures my trip outside of the capital of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where I met several individuals that have endured extreme hardship over the last two years. Hear the testimonies of three women who have dealt with so much unjust pain from TPLF fighters’ actions.

Thanks for watching. Please share with others to spread awareness about the conflict in Ethiopia.

Lila Talks
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