Elevated levels of yearly floodwater on the Nile River have taken steps to inundate significant archeological locales north of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, BBC reported,

Some of the authorities are attempting to siphon water out and ensure the site with barricade dividers.
Egypt is trying the high level of water increase to associate with the controversy Nile river. Diplomat from Egypt are the first internationals to reach at the place to support Sudanese with different aids and now Qatar follows with its military airplane.

Nearly 100 people have died following recent torrential rains
People walk in flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river, 50km north of Kharoum, on August 26, 2019
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