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Smoke in the vicinity of Khartoum airport..and warplanes bombard support sites

Smoke in the vicinity of Khartoum airport..and warplanes bombard support sites

From Khartoum – Reuters


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While the clashes continue between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces despite the recently announced sixth truce, for a period of 72 hours, columns of smoke rose in the sky of Khartoum after targeting the vicinity of the airport and the General Command.

Sources revealed to Al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath that the warplanes targeted several Rapid Support sites in the vicinity of Khartoum airport.

It also indicated that the army aircraft targeted several rapid support sites in the vicinity of the airport in the Sudanese capital.

A statement from the Rapid Support Forces today, Tuesday, accused the army of carrying out air strikes on a number of residential areas in Khartoum, while the army accused the Rapid Support Forces of using civilians as human shields.

Since the outbreak of the conflict between the army and the Rapid Support Forces on April 15, thousands of civilians have left the capital, Khartoum, towards safer states, and thousands have also gone to neighboring countries, including Egypt, Chad, Ethiopia, South Sudan, and others, in search of a temporary safe haven.

The fighting claimed more than 500 dead and about 5,000 wounded, according to statistics from the Sudanese Ministry of Health.

The country also witnessed a large wave of evacuation of foreign nationals by many Western and Arab countries, with Saudi Arabia at the forefront.

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So far, the two warring parties have agreed, through international and regional mediation, to 6 truces, but all of them have been broken and included clashes and violations of the ceasefire. While the two sides blamed each other.

While delegates from the two major military powers are expected to meet in the coming hours in order to discuss a permanent ceasefire, on a Saudi initiative, according to what the UN envoy, Volker Peretz, confirmed in a previous interview with Al Arabiya.

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