Ethiopia refugees: Aid arrives in camps along Sudan’s border

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    Aid is starting to arrive at refugee camps in Sudan along its border with Ethiopia. Thousands of refugees have been crossing into the area over the past two weeks, fleeing the fighting in Tigray. Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan reports from the eastern state of Gadarif, where many refugees have gone for days without food. –

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