The report was issued by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
All parties are accused of committing severe human rights violations due to the crisis in the country, Nashif added.
We also urge authorities to investigate these reports to determine their veracity and to commit to inclusive, transparent processes to hold responsible parties accountable."
On November 5, 2021, the US Embassy in Addis Ababa called on American citizens to not travel to Ethiopia and consider departing now over insecurity due to the ongoing armed conflict.
The HROJD head Nadi Atef said that the battles could escalate in the coming weeks.
Thiis situation requires necessary policies and measures, besides implementing many major projects to achieve the integrated and optimal management of water resources.
In the call, Blinken thanked Kenyatta for his warm and productive visit to Nairobi on November 17-18.
Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) continues the fight against the Ethiopian army on the way to Addis Ababa as Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed transferred his powers to his deputy.
The situation in Ethiopia is developing rapidly as the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) is getting closer to Addis Ababa, Extra News reported Wednesday.
The city lies 130 kilometers away from the capital, Addis Ababa, which is the target of nine armed rebel groups.
AU Chair and President of the Democratic Republic of Congo Felix Tshisekedi condemned in a message the use of force in that conflict.
“Water scarcity and climatic changes make the situation of water management in Egypt more difficult and very sensitive towards any unilateral measures,” said Abdel-Atti.
The embassy offers loans to those who are unable to purchase a ticket immediately.
The funds will be directed to Tigray region, where armed conflict is ongoing.
UN Spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters "We continue to work and engage with the government to secure their release". The spokesman added that there has still been no explanation for the detentions.
The United States imposed Friday sanctions on four Eritrean entities and two individuals in connection with the crisis in Ethiopia.
Reuters acquired an "internal U.N. email" indicating that 72 Tigrayan drivers working with the United Nations have been detained by Ethiopian authorities.
Nderitu expressed concern over the escalation of violence, increased incidence of ethnically and religiously motivated hate speech
A motion was submitted to the United Nations Security Council.
Airstrikes were launched Monday against the sites occupied by Tigray forces between Wollo province located in Oromia state, and Afar state.