Tigrayan residents of the towns of Humera and Alamata say they are being singled out, attacked and driven from their homes by Amhara Special Forces.
The city of Humera, close to the tri-point of Eritrea, Ethiopia and Sudan, has been at the forefront of the Tigray war since it began in November last year.
Attacks from Ethiopian troops and Amhara special forces from the South and by the Eritrean army from the North drove the Tigrayan forces from the city. But many Tigrayans remained. Now, as the Tigray Defence Forces are reportedly advancing from their strongholds in central Tigray westwards and southwards, the Tigrayans living in Humera are again under severe threat.
Tigrayans in Alamata say they are also being attacked.
This information has come from several sources.