Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles a new day away from home. But for these refugees, it's a big relief to have made it to Sudan. Most of them used this border crossing point in Hamdi, yet it's been the busiest route, with that least 1000 people passing here daily. But now things have changed. We spotted Ethiopian troops stationed on the other side of the border. They've been discouraging people from fleeing the country, we were told. Our requests for comment from the authorities went unanswered. More than 40,000 refugees are now in Sudan. Many families have been separated, but at the NRA Cuba camp Ah, father and his 11 year old daughter are luckily reunited. I was with my grandmother when I started hearing gunshots when they intensified, asked her to flee with me. But she said no. She's too old to run, so I fled alone. I had to spend the night in the bush. I was frightened. I had no extra clothes and no money. But I was able to cross the border. And then I asked someone to call my father. I want to be on my young man. For the older people here, this brings back bad memories. Tiger is 75. He's becoming a refugee in Sudan for the second time in his life. He was a teenager when he fast fled. Now he wants a resolution to the current conflict but thinks it won't come easy. They will not agree on anything unless the world intervenes, but if they are left alone, they will not agree. Now there is war and death. Things cannot be solved that easily. If it happened before the death, there might have been a chance. But now only God knows. These people hope this situation is temporary. They want to go back home and continue with their lives. The federal government promised a short offensive, but there are fears that the conflict could persist and potentially destabilize the home of Africa region. This'll is a song for peace. It encapsulates the hopes off many here they've lost touch with those they left behind. Their lives are in limbo as Ethiopia's current and former rulers fight on soy.