The first foreign aid convoy arrived in Ethiopoia’s war-hit Tigray region on Tuesday, with seven trucks bringing medicines and medical equipment for 400 wounded as well as relief supplies to Mekele, a city of half a million that had been all-but cut off to foreign aid since fighting began. Meanwhile, residents in the small farming village of Bisober recounted the devastating attacks, accusing government forces of the piecemeal killing of all the villages men and other atrocities, saying they dreaded how many civilians could have died across the region. Ethiopia’s Prime minister declared victory over the region in November but the Tigray People’s Liberation Front has vowed to fight on and the United Nations has reported recent clashes.