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Children suffering in Tigray refugee crisis

The fighting in Ethiopia's Tigray region has sent tens of thousands of refugees streaming into neighboring Sudan, seeking a safe haven. According to the UN, almost half of them are children. DW's Mariel Müller filed this report from a Sudanese camp.

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