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Sudan Accuses Ethiopia of Executing Sudanese Soldiers

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Sudan’s Military has accused the Ethiopian Army of executing seven Sudanese Soldiers and a Civilian.

A statement issued by the Sudanese Military promised that there would be an appropriate response.

There was no immediate response from Ethiopian authorities to a request for comment.

Tensions between Sudan and Ethiopia have run high in recent years because of a spillover of the conflict in Ethiopia’s Northern Tigray region and Ethiopia’s construction of a giant hydropower dam on the Blue Nile.

Written by: Helen Obih

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