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article by Jeffrey Gettleman - The New York Times

article by Jeffrey Gettleman - The New York Times

Sudanese Struggle to Survive Endless Bombings Aimed to Quell RebelsLEWERE, Sudan — Fatima Ramadan, mother of six, froze, her eyes shooting up to the sky.“Antonov!” she yelled.Little girls threw down the pebbles they were playing with. Toddlers, sensing danger, started to wail. About two dozen people grabbed the young and dashed up the mountainside into a cave. It was hot and dark inside, and the children’s eyes were wide with fear.“I don’t like this place,” said Kaka, a 10-year-old girl.Nobody does. And yet thousands of people live like this.By JEFFREY GETTLEMANPublished: July 3, 2011

article by Jeffrey Gettleman - The New York Times

article by Jeffrey Gettleman - The New York Times

LEWERE, Sudan — Children with shrapnel wounds lie on metal hospital cots. Thousands of others have been huddling in caves and stony riverbeds, fleeing the fighter jets and bombers prowling the skies. Villages are empty, fields unplowed. At the faintest buzz of a plane, people scatter into the bush, in a panic.June 30, 2011