Refugees trapped in ‘fire of war’


New arrivals at a processing centre in renk, south sudan.— ©2023 The New york Times company

THE news he had dreaded arrived a few minutes before midnight.

For weeks, Bahaadin Adam had heard nothing from family members stuck in the fighting that convulsed Nyala, the capital of South Darfur state and the second-largest city in Sudan. Adam, who had fled weeks before to neighbouring South Sudan, remained jittery, constantly checking his phone for updates.

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