Sudan: Pregnant women flees along with thousands more from Tigray war

Ethiopian refugee Salam spoke of her difficult journey, fleeing from the city of Himora to the Sudanese town of Hamdayat while heavily pregnant, on Sunday. Salam entered the hospital in the Ethiopian city of Himora to give birth to her baby, which came under military attack. Helped by her mother and a fellow Ethiopian refugee they arrived to the border town of Hamdayat, where she gave birth to her baby. Salam said, «On the way to Sudan, I found doctors from Himora Hospital, where they provided me with medical aid and stood by me until I reached Sudan.» «Our destiny is still continuing with suffering for many years to the point that it exhausted us and exhausted us, so we lived through a very difficult and long-term reality,» added Salam. The Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) has accused Ethopia's government, led by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, of carrying out attacks on civilians, including bombings, shooting and looting. Ahmed alleges the operations are targeting militant fighters. Thousands of people have fled to the camp in Hamdayat.

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