Sudan-Egypt border: Tensions rises over disputed region

Conflict over the region has been exacerbated by Sudan's support for a Somalian hydroelectric dam that will limit the amount of water that reaches Egypt.

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    A border dispute between Egypt and Sudan is tearing communities apart.

    Relations have deteriorated over the past year over the Halayeb triangle - a 20,000sq km area by the Red Sea.

    Sudan accuses Egypt of killing its people and has deployed troops to the border.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from the Sudan-Egypt border.


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