The Horn of Africa – the continent’s easternmost extension – has been battered by conflict, war, drought and hunger, pushing millions to the brink. From the armed conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region to the deadly armed combat between Sudan’s armed forces and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), the region — covering approximately 2 million square kilometres — has long been a powder keg.
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