Sudan boat twist of fate: 22 schoolchildren die close to River Nile

View of Karima town and tge River Nile in Sudan on March 6, 2013 Image copyright Getty Photographs Symbol caption The boat capsized around 750km north of the capital Khartoum

At Least 22 children and a teacher have drowned on their option to faculty when their boat sank in northern Sudan.

More than FORTY children were at the boat, whose engine failed in a powerful present because it crossed a 2.5km (1.6m) flooded house near the River Nile.

The Kids, who were among the ages of 7 and 16, started to panic, leaned to one side and the boat overturned, the college’s headmaster advised the BBC.

The victims’ our bodies have yet to be discovered.

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Ab el-Khayr Adam Yunis, the headmaster of the Kenba Highschool, stated the scholars on a regular basis pass to college taking walks, but were the usage of a boat for the previous week because of flooding after heavy rain.

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