Sudanese trapped in Khartoum still heading to work as fighting rages
Hundreds of thousands have been displaced by Sudan's conflict. But some civilians have also had to stay in Khartoum as war rages around them, even saying they have no choice but to still head into work. Also, Congolese communities in the country's east say that successes claimed by the East African force sent in to reign in M23 rebels have been overblown. And dozens of Beninese craftsmen brush up on the skills needed to restore the royal palaces of the former kingdom of Dahomey.
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