"Instead of coordinating aid, (they) are widely engaged in coordinating, from a distance, campaigns of propaganda to harass and defame the Ethiopian government," said an Ethiopian spokesman.
Bridges were destroyed in Ethiopia, preventing aid from the embattled region. United Nations and other aid have not been able to fly in since June 22.
The loss of the Tekeze River bridge eliminates a route to deliver food and relief to an area contending with the world's worst hunger crisis in a decade.
"There is no access to clean water; electricity, phone communication, banking, health care, and access to humanitarian aid are blocked," the Tigray leader wrote in a letter.
Tigray fighters called Ethiopia's cease-fire a "sick joke," vowing to continue fighting and remove Ethiopian and Eritrean forces from the area.
The swift turn in the nearly eight-month war in Ethiopia has left people scrambling to understand the implications for the region of 6 million people.
As hundreds of thousands face the world's worst famine crisis in a decade, Ethiopia issued the cease-fire through the end of the planting season in September.
Medical workers say they were repeatedly denied access to the Tigray region, where Ethiopia's military confirmed it was responsible for the deadly airstrike on a marketplace.
A health official said ambulances and medical workers were blocked from reaching Togoga by soldiers. "We have been asking, but until now we didn't get permission to go, so we don't know how many people are dead," one of the doctors in the capital, Mekele, said.
For the good of Tigray, Ethiopia, the East Africa region and the world, we ask Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to work toward a political solution as fast as possible.
"You cannot destroy all the people, you cannot destroy all the population in Tigray," the European Union's special envoy to Ethiopia said.
Addis Ababa says Secretary of State Antony Blinken's description of the unrest in the north of Ethiopia was "unfounded."
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has accused fighters from the Tigray People's Liberation Front of the mass killing.
A Kenyan plane carrying humanitarian medical supplies to help aid the COVID-19 pandemic in Somalia was reportedly been shot down earlier this week by the Ethiopian army.
Some researchers consider Homo erectus to be the immediate ancestor of our own species, Homo sapiens.
Little is known about the Aksumite Empire, which ruled over what is now Eritrea and northern Ethiopia hundreds of years ago.
The British branch of the Fridays for Future said the movement wasn't about "one person" in the wake of the Norwegian Nobel Committee decision today.
The plane landed safely and none of the 90 people on board were harmed.
"As soon as he became aware that police were on his trail, he tried to leave the country but fortunately we intercepted him as he boarded his flight," a detective said.
The near-complete skull of a male Australopithecus anamensis was discovered in Ethiopia's Woranso-Mille excavation area.
Scientists find hunter gatherers used the site for thousands of years.
Humans and our primate ancestors have been making and using stone tools for millions of years.
"Pilots are no longer needed, but rather computer scientists from MIT," Trump wrote.
Rwanda has joined Ethiopia in becoming one of the few countries in the world to introduce a "gender-balanced" cabinet.
The UAE is becoming a major power-broker, putting the control of ports and maritime trade routes at the center of its strategy.
"A new era of peace and friendship has been opened," an agreement read.
"You need to stop doing this," Ethiopia's new PM tells attackers. You weren't successful in the past and you won't be successful in the future."
She didn't travel abroad on a good ship, but Shirley Temple Black charmed the world in person just like she had on-screen.