17 Apr Does Sudan’s conflict lead to unacceptable civilian casualties?
Three days of fierce combat between the nation’s military and a potent paramilitary organization have resulted in at least 97 civilian deaths as two competing generals fight to control the situation. On Monday, rival armed forces engaged in a bloody war to control Sudan, leaving about 100 people dead and Khartoum, the nation’s capital, shaken by intense combat.
Airstrikes, shelling, and gunfire have rocked bustling neighborhoods around the country over three days of heavy fighting between Sudan’s military and a potent paramilitary force as two opposing generals compete for control.
The conflict between the military under Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan and the Rapid Support Forces under Gen. During a rare outbreak of violence in the thriving metropolis of Khartoum on Monday, heavy fighting and bombardment were reported in the capital and surrounding areas. Terrified citizens were compelled to seek cover inside.
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