Ethiopia government holds recruitment drive as rebels near capital and allegedly take prisoners
The arrival of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed at the forefront, where government forces are fighting against insurgents from the northernmost region of Tigray, encourages the recruitment of the beleaguered armed forces. As rebels claim to be advancing towards the capital, Addis Ababa, a Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) spokesman posted a video on Twitter allegedly showing masses of government soldiers in captivity. AFP has not been able to independently confirm the accuracy of these images or the claims.
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