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Hi, this is Gabriela. Fighting in Sudan resumed at the start of the week, following a ceasefire that gave little respite to civilians. As the country enters a third week of hostilities, concerns are growing that chaos could spill over Sudan's borders and destabilise its neighbours.

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People fleeing Sudan arrive at Wadi Karkar bus station in Aswan, southern Egypt, 30 April 2023. According to UNHCR, thousands have fled the country since mid-April following armed clashes between Sudan's military and rival paramilitary groups. (Keystone/EPA/Khaled Elfiqi)

Sudan conflict could plunge Horn of Africa into chaos. Sudan is teetering on the edge of a civil war that risks sparking a migration crisis and compounding a serious food security crisis already impacting thousands in the wider Horn of Africa region. A UN official has warned that the violence could push over 800,000 people to flee the country.

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