Grim conditions await Ethiopian refugees in Sudan

At a sprawling refugee reception centre in Sudan, Ethiopians who fled the deadly Tigray conflict queued haphazardly outside a school-turned-relief facility to receive handouts of food, water and clothing.”I escaped in these clothes and have been in them since I arrived,” Babosh Alamshed told AFP on Friday, pointing to his stained red T-shirt and worn-out black trousers.”The war did this to us. We are starving. The help we receive is close to nothing,” said the 21-year-old, who arrived in Sudan’s “Village 8” transit camp two weeks ago, after a three-day trek.Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region ha…

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