Sudan says Ethiopian military jets crossed its border By Reuters

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KHARTOUM (Reuters) – An Ethiopian military plane crossed the Sudan-Ethiopia border in a “dangerous and unjustified escalation,” Sudan’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday. The incident “could have dangerous consequences and cause more tension in the border area,” he added. A decades-long dispute over al-Fashqa, land within Sudan’s international borders that has long been settled by Ethiopian farmers, erupted in weeks of clashes between forces on both sides late last year. Officials in Ethiopia were not immediately available for comment.

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