Aid workers in Sudan warn of crisis as Ethiopia war continues

Civilians continue to arrive in Sudan to escape a brutal civil war in neighbouring Ethiopia, humanitarian workers say, sounding the alarm over a growing humanitarian crisis.

The vicious conflict has been marked by a litany of abuses, including massacres and gang rapes. Tens of thousands of people have been killed and millions have been forced from their homes, including tens of thousands who sought safety in Sudan.

The large influx of Ethiopian refugees has posed major challenges for the already strained Sudanese authorities, who have been calling for more technical, logistical and financial support to deal with the crisis.

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