“1,6 million civilians displaced as the War in Sudan escalates.”
It’s about eight months since the war broke out in Khartoum between the Sudanese armed forces (SAF) and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) before reaches several states in the country, more that million people are forced out of their homes due to random gun shooting, air strike and heavy weaponed sounds.
The Sudanese armed forces announced sudden withdrawal from ceasefire talks in Jedah facilitated by Saudi Arabia and the United States of America, SAF claimed that there is no benefit of a negotiation while the RSF is controlling hospitals and public services institutions and RSF reported that the army is air striking civilians in Khartoum and that is the act of the previous regime’s loyal insurgent to the ousted president Omer Albashir.
The number of internal and cross border displacement hits the 1,6 million people, death tall reaches 4,000, hundreds are reported missing, and hundreds of thousands are badly injured with a complete absence of medical aids.
By Mohammed Abdualshakoor