Ethiopia: Thousands flee Tigray to Sudan border.

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    The conflict in Ethiopia is forcing thousands of people to flee from Tigray into neighbouring Sudan. Aid agencies say about 2,000 refugees are arriving every day. Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan reports from Sudan’s Gadarif state where she spoke to some Ethiopian refugees, many of whom bear the scars of horrors they have run from. –

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