8.2 C
New York
Saturday, September 23, 2023
HomeWorldConflict Escalates as Opposing Groups in Sudan Engage in Violent Clashes Once...

Conflict Escalates as Opposing Groups in Sudan Engage in Violent Clashes Once Again

Clashes have resumed between the warring Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (SSF). group in Sudan’s capital Khartoum on Friday after suspension of negotiation.

Eyewitnesses told the Anadolu Agency (AA) that violent clashes broke out. out in V city of Omdurman, west of Khartoum.

military airstrikes and artillery shelling continued in V area south of Khartoum too, according to witnesses.

Clashes continue place in neighborhood of Camp Chiba, the largest headquarters of the RSF, in the south of the capital of Sudan added.

Seven day breakfire mediated by Saudi Arabia and the United States between the two parties expired on Monday. Conflicting rivals agreed to extend the agreement for five more days, but the peace talks broke down down Wednesday when SHS announced his review, stating that RSF failed implement any of V terms of agreement and ongoing breach of termination-fire.”

decision violent clashes ensued between military and fighters of the RSF in V national capital of Khartoum and El Obeid, the capital of State of North Kordofan.

United States announced on Thursday first wave of sanctions against subjects in Sudan after talks between Sudanese military and rival paramilitaries force collapsed.

recent violence in Sudan has left at least 863 civilians dead and thousands injured since April 15, the Syndicate of Sudanese Doctors said.

international organization for Migration (IOM) assesses that the conflict has resulted in displacement within the country more than a million people.

There was a disagreement in last months between army and RSF over paramilitary group Russia’s integration into the armed forces, critical state of Sudan transitional agreement with political groups.

Sudan did not function government from October 2021 when military rejected Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok’s interim offer government and announced the state of emergency in A move condemned by political forces as a “coup”.

transitional period in the Sudan, which began in August 2019 after dismissal of President Omar al-Bashir had to end with elections in beginning of 2024.

Follow World Weekly News on

Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
Derrick is the Researcher at World Weekly News. He tries to find the latest things going around in our world and share it with our readers.

Leave a Reply

Must Read