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warring factions in Sudan agreed on a new stop for 24 hoursfire on Wednesday But the fighting continued despite the pledge.

The Rapid Support Forces said in a statement that the 24-hour ceasefire-fire He was start 6 p.m. local time (1600 GMT).

“We confirm our full commitment b complete chopped off-fire,” He Said.

Sudanese army also Agreed to the temporary Suggested by Reporters Without Borders.

The Sudanese Armed Forces agree to stop-fire for 24 hours Starting at 6pm local time (1600GMT) provided the other party commit to stop-fire’s terms,” a military said the speaker in a permit.

Violent clashes broke out near the presidential palace in Khartoum on Wednesday, between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.

“The fighting is considered the fiercest since the outbreak of the disease of An eyewitness told Anadolu Agency that the violence.

The army confirmed that the RSF fighters attacked a number of sites in The capital, including the presidential palace.

a military The statement said the RSF rebels suffered losses after their attack attack against The presidential guard was repulsed.

The army said the members of the Rapid Support Forces also Looting the central bank headquarters in Khartoum and set He. She on fire.

On Tuesday, the two opposing rivals agreed to a 24-hour Rather, mutual accusations of Violation of the temporary armistice.

270 at least people They were killed and another 2,600 wounded in Armed clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces fighters since Saturday in Khartoum and its surrounding areas, according to the Ministry of Health.

While the Rapid Support Forces accused the army of attacking its forces south of Khartoum with light And heavy weapons military Paramilitary said force She was “spreading lies” and declared herself a “rebel” group.

disagreement between the two military regarding competitors military and the security reform that it envisages full sharing of Reporters Without Borders in The army turned into a hot struggle in the last few months.

The dispute between the two sides surfaced last week, when the military said the RSF’s recent moves took place without coordination and were illegal.

Sudan was without work government Since October 2021, when military The transitional government sacked Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok government declared state of emergency in a move It was denounced by the political forces as a “coup”.

The transitional period in Sudan that has begun in August 2019, it was due to end with elections in Early 2024.

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