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Ethiopia: Thousands flee to Sudan as Tigray conflict escalates

By DW
11 November 2020   |   12:55 pm
As tensions remain high between Ethiopia's federal government and local leaders in the northern region of Tigray, thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes and seek refuge in neighboring Sudan.

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