A peace agreement was reached in Ethiopia between the government and the Tigray rebel group known as the TPFL. This was confirmed by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
If the agreement is honored, it would end two years of bloody fighting in a conflict that has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives.
Last month hundreds of thousands of people protested in Ethiopia in favor of the government and against Western intervention, which they say has supported the rebels and dragged the conflict on. The U.S. says that it supports the peace terms so hopefully that means that they will stick. We will discuss the terms and outcomes in today’s episode of Redacted with journalist Hermela Aregawi.