Sudan’s military strikes disputed region bordering Ethiopia

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Decades-old tensions between Sudan and Ethiopia are on the rise again, linked to a disputed border area of al-Fashaqa.

Sudan says it has fired heavy artillery and retaken territory that until recently was held by the Ethiopian army.

Al Jazeera’s @Katia Lopez Hoda-Yan has more.

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