KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - A brother and his two sisters had died in a duration of two hours in three distant towns of Darfur State, Sudan.
According to Alarabi Aljadeed website the first incident occurred at 1:30 PM last Sunday in the town of Dar essalam (80 KM South of Alfasir Town, the Capital of North Darfur State) when Yousif Mohamed Fadl (65) died of illness.
Then his sister Amna Mohammad Fadl died in Alfashir, aged 76, before she could learn about the death of her brother.
The family’s shocks did not stop there: The news came from the town of Milleet (50Km North of Alfashir) that Hawwa Mohamed Fadl, the younger sister of the two, had died aged 63, without learning that her brother Yousif and her sister Amna had died preceding her in a matter of two hours.
Family members indicate a very strong spiritual bond between the three siblings since when they were very young children. They were always together until each of them went his own way because of marriage.
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