|Adi Daero school airstrike|
|Part of Tigray War|
|Date||4 October 2022|
|Executed by||Ethiopian Air Force|
|Casualties||50-65+ internally displaced people killed|
On 4 October 2022, the Ethiopian National Defense Force launched an airstrike at a school housing internally displaced people in the town of Adi Daero in La'ilay Adiyabo, killing more than 50 and injuring at least 70 others. According to Tigrayan authorities and some witnesses the death toll was at least 65. The attack is one of the deadliest in the Tigray War.
In January, the United Nations reportedly sent a letter to Ethiopia's government, informing them of locations being used to house IDPs, including the school in Adi Daero. Billene Seyoum, the spokesperson of Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, did not comment on the letter.
- "U.N. told Ethiopia in January that school hit in air strike housed displaced people -humanitarian sources". Retrieved 2022-10-06.
- "More than 50 killed in northern Ethiopia air strike -aid workers and Tigray forces". Reuters. 2022-10-05. Retrieved 2022-10-06.