. In Case You’ve Missed It Residents in Khartoum live in fear and desperation as fighting rages on « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR – A mother shot in the street while crouching to protect her child. A toddler trapped in a building that’s been shelled, separated from her mother. A whole family hiding under a bed, with children crying from the sound of constant gunfire and shelling. These are just some of the stories civilians living under siege the past five days in Sudan’s capital Khartoum have told NPR, when reached by phone. They describe a dire situation in the city, with no electricity, water or medicine, as they cower amid the brutal urban warfare going on in their residential neighborhoods.

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