Flooding devastates rural areas south of Sudan’s capital
29 August 2022 | 5:58 am
After annual rains that have left dozens dead in Sudan, thousands of people in the farming town of Al Managil and surrounding villages have lost homes and property in what they say is the worst flooding in a decade.
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