Black Star News Show: “War Crime—How Ethiopian And Eritrean Military Target Hospitals For Destruction"

Black Star News host Milton Allimadi will interview Dr. Mulugeta Gebregziabher
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Sisters and Brothers, Tune in to "Black Star News Show" on WBAI 99.5 FM Radio and on Aug. 17, 2021 for an interview with Dr. Mulugeta Gebregziabher shown above. Today's Topic: “War Crime—How Ethiopian Military Targets Hospitals For Destruction."

Listen to today's show here

Black Star News host Milton Allimadi will interview Dr. Mulugeta Gebregziabher, an Ethiopian-born (from the war-torn Tigray region) professor of Biostatistics and Vice Chair of the Department of Public Health Sciences, at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Gebregziabher discusses the targeted destruction of the healthcare system and infrastructure in the Tigray region by Ethiopian federal government soldiers, which adds to the calamity caused by the killing of civilians and the mass rape of women, including healthcare workers.

Here are some of the chilling statistics: Only 5 out of a total of 40 hospitals in Tigray remain functional, and out of 280 ambulances before the war, only 30 remain functional.

Listen to today's show here.

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