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I watch him lean ahead over the clipboard the pilot is keeping and element at his identify. He turns in the direction of us and provides us a thumbs-up. Anthony starts off the engine. We roll easily via Agok. i've got my hand out the window, pushing opposed to the recent wind. Anthony deals me a cigarette. I shake my head. we're at the pink rippled highway again to Abyei. We move a truck coming the opposite direction, its field filled with grinning squaddies bent over the cab opposed to the dashing wind. ladies wearing buckets on their heads attempt to flag us down, motioning “slow-slow” through waving their hand in the direction of the floor. We forget about them, and within the sideview reflect, I see their grimaces seconds earlier than they hide their faces from the dust. it is a street i have not been on. in truth, i've got obvious not anything yet Abyei. it sort of feels love it is kilometers among tukuls. i will not inform the place those individuals are strolling from, or to. We around a nook, and in the midst of the line is a big log. squaddies sit down beneath a tree, bored. They look at me, at our MSF decal, step lazily out to retrieve the log, and wave us on. Scattered huts begin to look. I flip to Anthony. “Abyei? ” “No. Tongsay. ” I realize the identify. Bev talks approximately it. it's a city made from SPLA infantrymen. The huts develop into denser. among them i will be able to see scatters of plastic baggage, piles of rubbish. We pull as much as a moment army cease, huts on each side. This time the warriors don't eliminate the log from the line. a gaggle of them sits through the part, and as we sluggish, they stand and are available in the direction of us. There are ten or so within the staff. are armed. Anthony reaches in the direction of the HF radio and turns it off. it's higher in the event that they imagine we're not broadcasting. They assemble at his part of the auto. An older guy, huge, donning a grey tunic, seems to be their spokesperson. he's popular. He areas one hand on both sides of Anthony’s open window and leans in. He smiles at me. Now I realize him. I met him on my moment day, whilst I refused to move the fellow with the severed radial nerve. He and Anthony speak in Dinka. I can’t comprehend a notice. Anthony seems worried. he's repeating whatever. “Anthony, what’s happening? ” He doesn’t flip my manner, as an alternative waves his hand at me. Be quiet. “Anthony. What? ” He turns. “They wish us to take somebody to Abyei. ” “We can’t. ” “I recognize. I say. ” “Who is it? ” I ask. Anthony issues to an outdated guy sitting beneath a bit of thatch tacked up lower than a tree. the guy seems to be on the floor. “They say he's unwell. ” He doesn’t glance it. “What’s flawed with him? ” Anthony shrugs. “He is dizzy,” says the older guy, leaning farther into the cabin. “He walked all day, from Abyei, to go to his daughter right here and now he feels ailing. ” “I’m sorry, yet we can't take somebody in our automobile who doesn't paintings for us. it's opposed to our principles. it truly is for defense. ” “But he's an previous guy. he's ailing. ” “I could make an exception for an emergency. yet basically emergencies. All others have to locate their very own strategy to the medical institution. ” “You’re the healthcare professional on the sanatorium, aren’t you? ” “Yes. ” “Yet you refuse to aid a unwell guy?