Fighting in Sudan’s Capital Leaves at Least 18 Civilians Dead and Hundreds Wounded, Raising Concerns About Ceasefire Violations and Humanitarian Access

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The clashes took place near a market.

Residents of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, said that at least 18 civilians were killed and more than 100 wounded during fighting between rival military forces in a market.

Humanitarian organizations in the surrounding areas – which are helping residents to obtain food and medicine – described the situation as very dire, and doctors appealed to residents to donate blood.

Human rights lawyers said the army used artillery fire and bombed the market in southern Khartoum on Wednesday.

The army accused the rival RSF of shooting at civilians who were trying to stop them from stealing a car.

2023-06-01 12:11:59
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