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Mothers without their children, children without their fathers, and separated siblings are all one sees at the Arqeen and Qustul border crossings. Since the beginning of the crisis, only Sudanese males aged 16 to 49 needed visas to enter Egypt, while women and children did not—forcing thousands of women to leave the country without their teenage sons and husbands, in hopes of reuniting with them soon. However, on 10 June, Egypt announced visa requirements for all Sudanese citizens crossing the…