Fighting Resumes In Sudanese Capital

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Shelling and gunfire resumed Sunday in the Sudanese capital at the end of a 24-hour ceasefire. Just ten minutes after the ceasefire ended, new shooting and explosions were heard in the capital Khartoum. Saudi Arabia and the US expressed their disappointment in the resumption of violence in Sudan after the 24-hour ceasefire. Saturday’s truce appears to have been more widely observed than previous attempts.

KHARTOUM JUNE 12: Shelling and gunfire resumed Sunday in the Sudanese capital, witnesses said, at the end of a 24-hour ceasefire that had given civilians rare respite from nearly two months of war. Just ten minutes after the ceasefire ended, new shooting and explosions were heard in the capital Khartoum, witnesses say.

Saturday’s truce appears to have been more widely observed than previous attempts and gave residents of hard-hit Khartoum a rare opportunity to stockpile food and medicine in relative safety. Mourners gathered to bury the dead and bodies lay in a Khartoum hospital Sunday as deadly shelling and gunfire resumed after the end of a 24-hour ceasefire

Multiple ceasefires have been agreed and broken, and Washington slapped sanctions on both the warring generals after the last attempt collapsed at the end of May, blaming them for the “appalling” bloodshed.

Saudi Arabia and the US expressed their disappointment in the resumption of violence in Sudan after a 24-hour ceasefire between the warring sides ended on Sunday.

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