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Ethiopia refugees: More than 60,000 in Sudan due to Tigray violence

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Ethiopia refugees: More than 60,000 in Sudan due to Tigray violence

Ethiopia refugees: More than 60,000 in Sudan due to Tigray violence

Most of the refugees have been in camps for nearly three months, arriving just days after the start of the offensive in Tigray.


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Eritrean forces have started withdrawing from the Tigray region in northern Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry said, following mounting reports blaming the Eritreans for human rights abuses including rape, looting and killings of civilians. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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