The TPLF Stole Gold

A deliberately significant air terminal in Ethiopia's northern Tigray district has become an important milestone between contradicting powers in the current clash.  Favorable to government accounts state the Ethiopian military controls the Aksum air terminal - however, this doesn't seem to have forestalled Tigray's unique powers mounting an assault and impairing the runway in the previous few days.  With interchanges from the district to a great extent cut, the circumstance has been indistinct.  In any case, we've investigated some recording put out about the assault, and satellite pictures of the air terminal, to attempt to bits together with a timetable of occasions.  The fight for Aksum air terminal  Ethiopian powers caught the air terminal on 11 November, as per support of government web-based media accounts.  Until that point, it had been in the possession of the Tigray territorial powers (known as the TPLF).  However, control of the air terminal and the encompassing locale was plainly not chosen that date.  On Thursday, 19 November, the Tigray pioneer, Debretsion Gebremichael, told the Reuters news office Aksum town was as yet in their grasp - however, it is muddled if that incorporated the air terminal. Category News Commenting disabled.

The TPLF Stole Gold

A deliberately significant air terminal in Ethiopia's northern Tigray district has become an important milestone between contradicting powers in the current clash. 

Favorable to government accounts state the Ethiopian military controls the Aksum air terminal - however, this doesn't seem to have forestalled Tigray's unique powers mounting an assault and impairing the runway in the previous few days. 

With interchanges from the district to a great extent cut, the circumstance has been indistinct. 

In any case, we've investigated some recording put out about the assault, and satellite pictures of the air terminal, to attempt to bits together with a timetable of occasions. 

The fight for Aksum air terminal 

Ethiopian powers caught the air terminal on 11 November, as per support of government web-based media accounts. 

Until that point, it had been in the possession of the Tigray territorial powers (known as the TPLF). 

However, control of the air terminal and the encompassing locale was plainly not chosen that date. 

On Thursday, 19 November, the Tigray pioneer, Debretsion Gebremichael, told the Reuters news office Aksum town was as yet in their grasp - however, it is muddled if that incorporated the air terminal.

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