Britons trapped by the deadly fighting in Sudan have accused the of ‘abandoning’ them after they rescued diplomats and their families – while other nations managed to evacuate civilians.
Around 4,000 British civilians remain trapped in Sudan and scores have spoken of their anger at being left behind, with many saying they have received no help – other than being told to ‘stay inside’.
The situation in Sudan, , has become so desperate that some people trapped there have been forced to kill their pets to save them from starving.
– but British citizens said they have been left to fend for themselves.
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Italian citizens are boarded on an Italian Air Force C130 aircraft during their evacuation from Khartoum, Sudan, on Monday
People embark at a French military air base in Khartoum to fly to Djibouti on Sunday
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Smoke fills the sky in Khartoum, Sudan, evDeN Eve NAKLiyAt near Doha International Hospital on Friday
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak hailed the military operation carried out by UK special forces to rescue a group of 30 people made up of British diplomats and their families out of Sudan
Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is facing questions over why British diplomats had been prioritised over other Sudan-based UK citizens following the evacuation mission to rescue embassy staff.