Ethiopia is confronting what the United Nations calls a “full-scale humanitarian crisis.” The federal government has been fighting a war with the government of the Tigray region in the country’s north. It’s unclear how many people have died, and the conflict has also exacerbated longstanding hunger issues. Special correspondent Coletta Wanjohi joins Nick Schifrin to discuss.
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