Starvation Persists After Ceasefire In Ethiopia.

In another development, World Health Organization W.H.O says no food or medicine has reached the Ethiopian region of Tigray despite the signing of a ceasefire last week.

W.H.O head, Dr Tedros Adhanom said masses were dying from starvation and treatable diseases and six million people had been shut off from the rest of the world for two years.

Dr Tedros, who comes from Tigray, called for the restoration of telecom, banking and other basic services.

Meanwhile, the United Nations has accused Ethiopia for using starvation as a weapon of war in Tigray, where it says a humanitarian blockade put ninety percent of the population at risk.