The report was issued by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
We also urge authorities to investigate these reports to determine their veracity and to commit to inclusive, transparent processes to hold responsible parties accountable."
The HROJD head Nadi Atef said that the battles could escalate in the coming weeks.
The Sudanese army said some of its personnel were killed in an attack by militias and army groups belonging to the Ethiopian military in Al-Fashqa area on the border between the two countries.
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 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.
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has warned its nationals to remain in Ethiopia as a result of the current conflict in the north of the country.
Further, the Tigray People Liberation Front (TPLF) announced Sunday that its forces lie 270 kilometers away from the capital, Addis Ababa.
Tigray forces had captured two towns and have been advancing toward the capital so as now they lie 270 kilometers away from Addis Ababa.
A demonstration took to streets on Sunday against the Tigray movement, prompting Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to tweet “we stand committed to laying a solid foundation for generations to come.”
The policies of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed are “reckless and childish,” rendering Ethiopia “adrift,” Tigrayan activist Mustafa Habashy told MBC Masr on Saturday.
The ministry also called on any Israeli citizens present in the country to leave immediately.
The Jordanian Foreign Ministry urged its community to leave Ethiopia at the earliest opportunity as Addis Ababa has announced the state of emergency over an armed conflict in Tigray.
Up to nine groups have allied together, Friday including the Tigray forces against Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to seek a political transition after a year of the disturbing war that raised a lot of concern over the political and humanitarian situation in the country.
The United Nation security council expressed its deep concern, Friday, over the expansion of military clashes in Ethiopia.
Twitter has labeled a tweet for Ethiopian Prime Minster Abiy Ahmed as “abusive behavior”, shortly after deleting a post for the same reason from Facebook after urging citizens to “bury” the rebel Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) in Tigray.
Facebook has deleted a tweet by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, where he urged citizens to “bury” the rebel Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) in Tigray.
The Egyptian embassy's warnings followed the U.S. call on its citizens to prepare for leaving Ethiopia after Tigray forces had captured two towns.