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Ethiopian civilians in Sudan say they fled government bombings in Tigray

Reuters | Updated: 13-11-2020 18:23 IST | Created: 13-11-2020 18:23 IST
Ethiopian civilians in Sudan say they fled government bombings in Tigray

Ethiopian civilians who fled the state of Tigray, whose leaders are fighting government troops in an escalating week-old conflict, said they were bombed by government forces.

The civilians spoke to Reuters in the Sudanese town of al-Fashqa, near the country's border with Ethiopia. The Ethiopian government has said they are only bombing military targets, including arms depots and equipment, controlled by the Tigrayan forces.

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