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An international rescue group is trying to evacuate more than 300 U.S. citizens and permanent residents who remain stranded in Sudan, despite continuing fighting between the country’s top two warring generals, according to the organization’s co-founder.

Project Dynamo, a Florida-based nonprofit that has already evacuated 140 American citizens and green card holders, is trying to continue rescue efforts, even as the Biden administration has opted not to evacuate American passport bearers from Sudan despite bloody fighting ravaging the country—and especially the capital, Khartoum. Bryan Stern, a co-founder of Project Dynamo, said that the figure his group is tracking is likely an underestimate, given the lack of U.S. and international footprint on the ground.

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