Sudan War: Army, RSF Leaders Rule Out Negotiations

In separate interviews with Al Jazeera, the leaders of Sudan’s rival military forces have refused to negotiate with each other, as fighting continues for a sixth day.
The comments by army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and his chief rival, Rapid Support Forces (RSF) leader General Mohamed Hamdan “Hemedti” Dagalo, dimmed hopes of a lasting ceasefire.
The death toll has surpassed 300, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
UNICEF says the fighting in Sudan has taken a “devastating toll” on children. Amnesty International says the spread of the conflict is exacerbating the plight of civilians in the Darfur region.
As many as 70 percent of hospitals in the capital, Khartoum and neighbouring states are “out of service”, according to the doctors’ union.

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