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Violent Clashes Erupt Between Military and Paramilitary Forces in Sudan's Capital
The US Embassy in Sudan has urged its officials and citizens to shelter in place due to heavy gunfire and explosions in the country's capital, Khartoum, where the national army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) are clashing. The RSF claimed to have taken control of the airport and the presidential palace, while the army launched a counteroffensive, declaring the RSF as a rebel force and using the air force against RSF positions in Khartoum. The latest conflict stems from a disagreement over how the RSF should be integrated into the military, which has heightened tensions that forced the delay of a deal with political parties to restore Sudan's transition to democracy.
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