Sudan: More than 500 dead

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According to the Health Ministry, Sudan’s death toll has risen to 528. 4,599 people have been injured. Analysts fear powerful regional players may be involved behind the scenes, intentionally prolonging the violence. Abdalla Hamdok said the fighting will be a “nightmare for the world” if it continues.

KHARTOUM APRIL 29: Fighting rages on in Sudan, with millions of people either trapped in the war-torn country or fleeing to safety. It’s now a third week of intense fighting between the Sudanese government army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces. eNCA correspondent in Sudan, Naba Mohiedeen, joins us now live from the capital Khartoum.

According to the Health Ministry, Sudan’s death toll has risen to 528. 4,599 people have also been injured in the period between April 15 to April 27. 12 out of Sudan’s 18 states have seen clashes. More than 50,000 people flee to Sudan to Chad, Egypt, South Sudan, and the Central African Republic, the United Nations said Friday. The death toll is expected to rise.

RSF claimed on Friday that it controls more than 90% of Khartoum state.

Analysts fear powerful regional players may be involved behind the scenes, intentionally prolonging the violence. Some have drawn parallels to the situation in neighbouring Libya.

Abdalla Hamdok said the fighting will be a “nightmare for the world” if it continues – Speaking at a conference in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.

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