Thu. Jul 25th, 2024

The Sudanese army carried out a military operation on its general command headquarters in Khartoum, in light of the escalation of bloody clashes with the Rapid Support Forces in several cities.

An army statement described the operation as “successful,” and it included providing important logistical support to the General Command headquarters. It came at a time when Sudan was witnessing violent clashes in the capital, Khartoum, and the cities of El Fasher in North Darfur and Al Foula in West Kordofan.

In a related context, clashes renewed in El Fasher, with artillery shelling affecting residential areas and the Saudi Hospital in the city, which led to the death of a pharmacist and the regional Ministry of Health announcing that the attack constituted an “international war crime.”

The local emergency committee in Al-Fula reported that 12 civilians were killed due to aerial bombardment and random fire, at a time when the Rapid Support Forces announced that they had taken control of the city after fierce battles with the army, which the army has not confirmed or denied yet.

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