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Sudanese military and paramilitary clash in Khartoum, causing civilian casualties and international concern
Sudan's military and paramilitary forces battled for control for a second day, causing significant casualties in both fighters and civilians. The violence occurred between army units loyal to General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the Rapid Support Forces, led by General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo. The international community, including the United States, China, Russia, the European Union, and the African Union, have called for an immediate ceasefire. Tensions between the two forces have been brewing since disagreements over the Rapid Support Forces' integration into the military, which delayed an agreement on transitioning to democracy. The prolonged conflict could lead to widespread conflict and disrupt efforts to move towards elections. Several people, including students and teachers, have been trapped in areas of the city, with reports of communication restrictions and the blocking of internet services. The situation in Sudan remains volatile, and mediation efforts by neighbours and regional bodies have intensified.
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