Author: Georgia Wearing

The War Crimes Of Ethiopias’ Civil War

In November of last year Ethiopia’s new leader, Abiy Ahmed, who ended a decade-long war with neighboring country Eritrea, launched an attack against one of Ethiopia’s ethnic regions, the regional state of Tigray. Now in its seventh month, the conflict in Tigray is estimated to have led to the deaths

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Western Media’s Impact On The War Between Israel And Palestine

An internal CNN memo was leaked on 19 May. The email, addressed to the CNN superdesk, outlined the need for reporters to refer to Gaza’s Ministry of Health as the Hamas-run Ministry of Health when reporting on casualty numbers. This word choice sanitized CNN’s coverage of the conflict, implying that

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Israeli Police Bring About An Abrupt End To Ceasefire Agreement

Hours after a ceasefire was called between Israel and Hamas on the 21st of May, Israeli police forces attacked Palestinians gathered around the Al-Aqsa mosque, one of the most prominent holy sites in the old city of Jerusalem. The ceasefire, a short interval at the height of the conflict, was

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The Pattern Behind The Israeli Airstrikes

Gaza’s Ministry of Government Information reported six high-rise buildings destroyed by Israeli fighter jets since 10 May. These buildings comprise six of the 184 residential and commercial properties that have been destroyed during the airstrikes. Thirty-three of them house media institutions, including the Associated Press, Al Jazeera and other media

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