The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says that aid agencies have suspended their work in part of Ethiopia’s Tigray region after a deadly air attack on a camp for people displaced by the war “caused scores of civilian casualties including deaths”. Al Jazeera quotes the OCHA as saying that the lack of essential supplies, especially medical supplies and fuel, was “severely disrupting the response to the injured, and [has] led to the nearly total collapse of the health system in Tigray”. About 400,000 people are facing famine in Tigray, and millions need food aid across northern Ethiopia as a result of the war.