Amnesty International demands urgent help for survivors of sexual violence in Tigray

Following the truce deal between Ethiopia's government and Tigray forces, the country looks ahead to peace and reconciliation. But as Amnesty International researcher Donatella Rovera warns, many women were subject to horrific attacks and not enough is being done to make sure they get justice. Also, ahead of the opening of COP27 on Sunday, we also take a look at how Africa is faring in the emerging climate emergency. In Rwanda, tea growing has had to move to the mountains, while hundreds of animals in Kenya have died due to a historic drought.


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