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Sudan: scores of people killed in tribal clashes in Blue Nile state

Fighting between the Hausa and Birta ethnic groups broke out last week over the killing of a farmer

The death toll from days of tribal clashes in the southern Sudanese state of Blue Nile has climbed to at least 65 people, according to a senior health official.

Around 150 people have been injured in the fighting between the Hausa and Birta ethnic groups, the state’s health minister, Gamal Nasser al-Sayed, said.

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