In Ethiopia, a civil war that’s been raging for more than a year seems to be entering a new phase. Rebel forces from the Tigray region are relinquishing areas seized from federal control. But the government of President Abiy Ahmed says it is skeptical of the rebels’ ultimate goals. As Ali Rogin reports, the conflict may be evolving, but peace remains elusive.
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