Ethiopia Seizes 16 UN Workers Amid Efforts to Halt Tigray War

Sixteen United Nations staff members in Ethiopia’s capital have been seized by the country’s authorities in recent days, the chief U.N. spokesman said Tuesday, injecting new tension into the organization’s troubled relations with the government as it faces a year-old civil war and famine.

The detentions of the staff members in the capital,…

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