Sudan warns 20 million will suffer from Ethiopia’s dam filling

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Sudan’s government has warned 20 million people in the country will suffer from the second filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

Most are farmers with land along the Nile.

They are concerned that with Ethiopia storing more water this year, they will lose some or all of their farmlands.

Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan reports from Al-Bageir on the Blue Nile.

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