Continued Sudanese Army and Rapid Support Forces Clashes in Darfur Region: Death Toll Rises and Communications Cut Off

War in Sudan Continues Despite Ceasefire and Failed Negotiations

Clashes in North Darfur Leave 25 Dead

Continues in Sudan the tough war between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces, with no solution horizon, after the two sides did not respect the ceasefire and the negotiations in Jeddah were interrupted.

Agency sources said clashes between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces occurred on Saturday in North Darfur, resulting in the deaths of 25 people.

Sources revealed the presence in city ​​of some snipers among the people of the armed groups intending to control the city of El Geneina in the Darfur region.

Difficult Conditions for Citizens

At the same time, Sudanese sources have indicated that the death rate is two or three people a day in the city of El Geneina, west of the state of Darfur, due to the collapse of the health sector and the difficult humanitarian conditions.

Communication Networks Down in Isolated Cities

The “Agency” camera also explored the situation in the Omdurman region of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, and monitored the difficult conditions of the citizens, amid continuous clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces.

The war has caused more than 36 Sudanese towns and municipalities in Darfur to be isolated from the world after communicationworks went out of coverage.

Cut-Off Communications in Darfur

Communications have been cut off in a number of cities in the Darfur region after the entire western and central Darfur states stopped covering communications, along with cities in other states, according to testimonies from citizens of Darfur.

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