To register » Marzieh Kheir Khah was born in Afghanistan in 1996. The following year, she and her family flee to Iran, which is the beginning of a long journey to Europe and Sweden, where she arrives herself in 2015. The flight is painful and characterized by uncertainty, people smugglers and a constant worry to not survive. Now Marzieh is current with […]
One of the bloodiest conflicts of the 2000st century has been fought in Ethiopia since November 2020. A solution has seemed far away. But in early November came the surprising announcement that a ceasefire had been reached. Liisa Laakso, Senior Researcher at the Nordic Africa Institute, explains how the friction between the Ethiopian state and the People's Liberation Front in Tigray led to war - and how they have managed to reach a ceasefire.
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