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Ongoing Clashes in Sudan Cause Tremors in Khartoum due to Air and Artillery Strikes

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The Sudanese capital, Khartoum, witnessed renewed air and artillery strikes fire Tuesday, residents said, as clashes broke out between the two rival generals second Month.

He heard the sound of raids, explosions and clashes in the South of Capital, there was a heavy bombardment across the Nile in cutting of neighboring cities of Witnesses said Bahri and Omdurman.

Fighting between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) triggered unrest in other regions of Sudan especially in the West region of Darfur but concentrated in Khartoum.

she has caused A humanitarian crisis threatens to destabilize regiondisplacement more from 700,000 people inside Sudan and forcing about 200,000 people to flee to neighboring countries countries.

“The situation is unbearable. We left our house to go to the neighbors house in Khartoum is fleeing from the war, but the bombing followed it us Wherever we go, said Ayman Hassan, a 32-year-old resident.

“We don’t know What the citizens did to deserve the war in the middle of homes.”

Fighting has escalated for both in Khartoum and in El Geneina, the capital of West Darfur since the two warring sides started the talks in Jeddah, mediated by Saudi Arabia and the United States more from a week ago.

The talks have resulted in a statement of about submission access To help supplies and protect civilians, but the mechanisms for session up Humanitarian corridors and approval to stop-fire Still under discussion.

It was mainly adopted by the military on air Strikes, bombardments, and only occasionally clash in Ground fighting, as he tries to push back Reporters Without Borders imposes it took up positions in neighborhoods across Khartoum soon after the fighting broke out on April 15th.

The Rapid Support Forces attacked the major military the rules in North of Omdurman and south of Khartoum on Tuesday in Residents and witnesses said it appeared to be an attempt to prevent the military from deploying heavy weapons and combat aircraft.

The army was trying to cut off RSF supply lines from outside capital and secure strategic locations, including the airport in Central Khartoum and Al-Jili Oil Refinery in marine.

After the quarrels, the war began over plans for Reporters Without Borders to join army and future series of Driving under an internationally supported agreement for Political transition towards civil rule and elections.

The army commander, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, also known as Hemedti, took Senior positions on The ruling council in Sudan after the overthrow in 2019 of former Leader Omar al-Bashir during a popular uprising.

They staged a coup with two years of deadline for delivery power to civilians, but both sides began to mass their forces as the mediators tried to finish off new transition plan.

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