Mozambican students rescued from Sudan


Those who were rescued from the conflict in Sudan have landed in Maputo, Mozambique.

Among the evacuees were 22 students and a priest, who all expressed thanks for finally being safe.

Immigration procedures in Egypt, where they had been transported by bus, apparently caused a delay in their expected arrival last Wednesday.

The most difficult component, according to student Nuro Alfredo, was getting out of Khartoum, Sudan’s capital, where rival troops had been fighting for weeks.

“We had to stay at the university for three days waiting to find out how to leave,” he stated, adding that not even the drivers knew the safest path out.

We got up and left quickly. War is unexpected; incidents seem to appear out of nowhere.


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