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Frantic Evacuations of Foreign Citizens from Sudan Arrive at JKIA as Heavy Fighting Rages

On April 24, 2023, the first group of evacuees from Sudan arrived at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Kenya. The ongoing conflict in Sudan has caused chaos and heavy fighting for the past 10 days, prompting foreign nations to initiate frantic evacuations of their citizens from the country.

A handout photo released by the Indonesian Foreign Ministry on April 24 shows a building next to a damaged car on a street in Khartoum, with smoke rising in the background. The photo highlights the intense violence and destruction taking place in the region.

The Kenyan Defence Forces (KDF) announced that the evacuees will be received by the Defence Cabinet Secretary, Aden Duale. The exact number of evacuees in this first group is unknown, but it is expected that more groups will follow as foreign nations continue their efforts to evacuate their citizens from the war-torn country.

The situation in Sudan has been a cause for concern for many nations, with the conflict between forces loyal to two rival generals escalating rapidly. This has resulted in widespread violence and displacement, with many civilians caught in the crossfire. Foreign nations have been working to evacuate their citizens and provide aid to those affected by the conflict.

The arrival of the first group of evacuees in Kenya marks a step towards safety and stability for those affected by the conflict. The Kenyan government has been working to provide support and assistance to those fleeing the violence in Sudan, including providing temporary shelter and aid to refugees.

The situation in Sudan remains volatile, and it is unclear when the conflict will come to an end. However, the arrival of evacuees in Kenya provides hope that those affected by the violence will be able to find safety and support in the coming days and weeks. The international community continues to monitor the situation and work towards a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

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