Tigray unrest could force 200,000 Ethiopians to flee into Sudan

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Reports from Ethiopia indicate that more people are fleeing the unrest in the northern state of Tigray. The United Nations predicts that around 200,000 Ethiopians could pour into Sudan. Aid agencies are concerned over the impact of the arrivals. There's also the fear of disease spreading among the crowds.For more on this, Lindy Mtongana had a chat with CGTN's Girum Chala and Will Carter, the Norwegian Refugee Council Sudan Country Director.

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Ethiopia Sudan
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sudan, ethiopia, unrest, tigray, refugees