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Could Ethiopia’s war in Tigray spark conflict with Sudan? | The Economist

Recent events have revived a century-old border dispute between Ethiopia and Sudan over al-Fashaga—a fertile region that both countries claim as their own. Could these tensions throw the entire region into conflict?

00:00 - The border dispute: Sudan and Ethiopia
00:58 - The history of the dispute
02:33 - How does Abiy Ahmed worsen tensions
03:55 - Trouble in Tigray
04:38 - The return of civil war in Ethiopia
05:07 - Sudan reclaims al-Fashaga
06:27 - The dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam

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