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1. Tigray and its neighbours as mapped by French cartographer Rigobert Bonne in 1771.

1. Tigray and its neighbours as mapped by French cartographer Rigobert Bonne in 1771.

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At the beginning of November 2020, an armed conflict emerged in Tigray, Ethiopia’s northernmost region. The objective of this ‘Atlas of the Humanitarian Situation’ is to document and map the situation in which approximately 6 million Tigrayans currently find themselves. For this, we contacted key informants in different districts of Tigray to colle...

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