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Civilans bear brunt of rival Sudan clashes
Thousands fleeing to refugee camps as tensions continue to rise between Sudan and South Sudan.
Last Modified: 25 Apr 2012 07:03

Fighting along the border between Sudan and South Sudan has forced thousands of people to flee to refugee camps.

The African Union has given both sides three months to peacefully resolve the crisis.

As Al Jazeera’s Peter Greste explains in this exclusive report from the Yida refugee camp, civilians are bearing the brunt of the fighting.

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