The organization also killed 133 other civilians in attacks against cities and schools in that regional state, from where hundreds of people were moved, according to ENA state news agency.
Along with those in Tigray, people from Amhara and Afar regions undergo the criminal activity of TPLF, despite the ceasefire declared unilaterally by the government, the report denounces.
Recently, in Afar territory, the police seized 56 quintals of hashish, which were supposedly in the hands of collaborators to the Front and were intended to be supplied to children used in violent acts.
Since November 2020, federal authorities have been in an armed confrontation against TPLF, political organization declared a terrorist group by Parliament and allegedly responsible for numerous human rights violations.
Last June the Ethiopian government unilaterally declared a ceasefire, but the Front, according to official accusations, continues military operations, mostly against civilians.