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Dear friends in Hong Kong,
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10th September. Day off. I had been in Darfur for nearly two weeks. A sacrifice to pay for working in surroundings with a security problem was to give up freedom. I spent practically the whole day inside the compound. The sun was nice.
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7th September. The sky tonight was clear enough. The new moon was shining upon us and I was finally able to see the starry sky of Darfur.
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I had been already one week in Darfur.
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3rd September, my forth day in El Geneina, Darfur. In the afternoon, a rainstorm came. It lasted for at least half an hour. Some people sought shelter back in their rooms. I held fort on the veranda in the middle of the compound. When it was over, we received a radio call from the Clinic.
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In Darfur, the day started early, with everyone getting up around 07:00. People were supposed to finish work at 16:00, but most of the expats worked in the office until the night began to set in. By the time we got back to the compound, it was already 19:00.
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31st August. My first day in Darfur. I was woken at 05:00 by the Islamic prayers coming from a mosque far away. This would become my daily wake-up call.
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