Sudan: Battles Ongoing As War Enters Third Week

Fighting between Sudan’s army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) has entered a third week, with air strikes and artillery causing dark smoke over the capital, Khartoum, and adjacent cities of Bahri and Ombdurman.
Battles rage despite the announcement of a 72-hour ceasefire extension on Friday.
At least 512 people have been killed and nearly 4,200 wounded since the fighting began on April 15.
The violence has reawakened a decades-old conflict in Sudan’s West Darfur region where at least 70 people have died.

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