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Turkey offers to mediate disputes between Sudan, Ethiopia

Erdogan also said he stands behind a peaceful resolution to the violence in Tigray.
Ethiopian refugees in Sudan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan offered Thursday to mediate a bloody border dispute between Ethiopia and Sudan.

Speaking alongside Ethiopian President Abiy Ahmed following their meeting in Ankara on Wednesday, Erdogan also said his government supports a peaceful resolution to the Tigray conflict, which has displaced thousands amid widespread allegations of war crimes by government-aligned troops.

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