Too late to prevent civil war? Thousands flee as Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict escalates

Just 13 months ago, Ethiopia’s prime minister was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize – now critics say Abiy Ahmed is leading his nation into war. 

In the northern Tigray region, thousands of civilans are on the move – fleeing two weeks of fighting between rebel forces – from the Tigrayian People’s Liberation Front – and government. 

There are accusations of atrocities on both sides. And the UN is already warning of possible war crimes. Tonight on the France24 debate – the war in Tigray. What’s the end game?