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Buy and Download Description The border region of eastern Sudan has been home to the longest refugee concentration in East Africa. The Eritrean exodus began on 5 March 1967. Men, women, and children began arriving in Kassala, a Sudanese town bordering Ethiopia's northern province. By June, the number of refugees grew to 25,503, prompting the United Nations to begin providing protection and assistance.1 By 1990, more than half a million people had sought refuge in Sudan (one in every seven Eritreans). Despite the Eritrean war's end in May 1991 and national independence two years thereafter, 320,000 Eritreans remain in eastern Sudan as of late 1998. The border region of eastern Sudan has been home to the longest refugee concentration in East Africa. The Eritrean exodus began on 5 March 1967. Men, women, and children began arriving in Kassala, a Sudanese town bordering Ethiopia's northern prov
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