The mobile phone footage is wobbly as Azza weaves her way through the crowd to the door of the Coral Hotel in Port Sudan.
“Are there any staff here from the British embassy?” the 39-year-old mother of three asks the man at the door.
He holds the door open just enough to hear the question – but not enough to let her in. “Those people packed up and left yesterday,” he replies.
All around Azza, people are crowded on the steps of the hotel.
It is where the UN has its headquarters, and the British Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) recently set up a temporary consular office to help…