Sudan tribal fighting: At least six killed in violence

Ethnic violence broke out between the Beni Amer and the Hadendawa tribes in Sudan’s Red Sea state last week.

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    At least six people have been killed in violence between tribes in the Red Sea state of Sudan.

    Authorities imposed a curfew to attempt to stop the fighting but there is a demand for the government to do more.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from the Red Sea state.


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