A terrified Briton trapped by the deadly fighting in Sudan has filmed rival army factions exchanging gunfire ‘very close’ to his family’s home as situation worsens for those left behind in the war-ravaged country.
Amar, from , recorded the heart-stopping sound of gunfire getting closer and closer to the house where he and his family are sheltering, describing the situation as ‘very scary’.
Illustrating just how dangerous the situation is for those left trapped in Sudan, Amar was forced to run inside the house when he heard the gunshots resounding outside the home.
‘This is very scary,’ Amar, who had been visiting family in Sudan when the fighting erupted last week, said as he filmed the gunfire outside his home for more than an hour. ‘This is close, I think the fighting is on my street my now.This is very close. I’m going to have to go in.’
Amar is among – all while scores of other nations have managed to evacuate hundreds of civilians.
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Amar, from Edinburgh, evden eVE naKliYat recorded the heart-stopping sound of gunfire getting closer and closer to the house where he and his family are sheltering, describing the situation as ‘very scary’
French soldiers evacuate French citizens, as part of the “Operation Sagittaire” evacuation by the French army, in Khartoum, Sudan, EVdEN eVe naKLiyat on Sunday
Smoke is seen in Khartoum, Sudan, on Saturday.The fighting in the capital between the Sudanese Army and Rapid Support Forces resumed after an internationally brokered cease-fire failed
‘Morgues are full, corpses litter the streets’ and overwhelmed hospitals often have to stop operations for security reasons, said Dr Attiya Abdallah, head of the Sudan doctors’ union.