Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has opened the door to the possibility of having peace talks with the rebel movement from the country’s Tigray region. Tensions remain high after both pro-government groups and the Tigrayans accused each other of carrying out atrocities. One scene of violence has been Abaala – a town on the regional border between Tigray and Afar. DW Correspondent Mariel Müller went there and has this exclusive report.
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