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The latest reports from Eritrea indicate that the TPLF has fired several rockets this evening into neighboring Eritrea and destroyed civilian buildings, the Eritrean Press announced on Twitter.

According to the tweet, TPLF fired the rockets at several in the last desperate attempt to internationalized the war inside Ethiopia. It was confirmed that rockets in Asmara have landed near busy residential areas, but no casualties are recorded.

On Friday, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed rebuffed calls by the African Union for dialogue and pledged to continue to enforce military operations until he controls the capital, Mekele, which is currently inhabited by thousands of civilians.

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