U.S. Diplomats in Sudan Shredded Passports, Stranding Sudanese

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In the frantic hours before American diplomats abandoned their Khartoum embassy under darkness by helicopter last month, one final task remained.

Armed with shredders, sledgehammers and gasoline, American officials destroyed classified documents and sensitive equipment, officials and eyewitnesses said. By the time Chinook helicopters carrying commandos landed beside the embassy just after midnight on April 23, sacks of shredded paper lined the embassy’s four floors.

But the piles also…

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Bourbiza Mohamed is an award-winning travel journalist who has been writing about her adventures around the world for over a decade. With a passion for exploring new cultures and experiencing different ways of life, Bourbiza Mohamed has traveled to over 107 countries across six continents and has documented her journeys in numerous publications.

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