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War in Sudan: “Our lives have become a piece of hell” – . .

  • Author, Muhammad Muhammad Othman
  • Role, . . – Port Sudan

Hawa Suleiman tries, in vain, to make food for her five children from leftover food items stored inside a very miserable shelter in the city of Port Sudan.

She arrived in the city with her children to escape the hell of war in Khartoum a few days after the fighting began and after losing contact with her husband.

With desperate words and tearful eyes, she says that she and her children miraculously survived certain death, “My children and I miraculously survived a bombing that targeted our house in Omdurman at the beginning of the war, and we were forced to flee to Port Sudan. During the bombing, I lost contact with the father of my children, and I do not know where he is now and if he is alive or dead.” “.

“One meal a day”

As the war entered its sixth month, some residents were unable to leave Khartoum

Although the shelter center is located a short distance from the main port that receives humanitarian aid coming from abroad, its residents suffer from crowding and scarcity of food supplies.

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