No End To Havoc In Khartoum

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A hundred days of war in Sudan have exacted a devastating toll on civilian lives and infrastructure. Khartoum and the country is on the brink of collapse. Sudan was already facing an overwhelming and vastly neglected humanitarian crisis before the war broke out. The fighting have brought it to catastrophic levels.

KHARTOUM JULY 24: The devastating war in Sudan between the Army and the rapid support forces has reached its hundredth day. The mediation attempts by Regional and International Powers has failed to find a path out of an increasingly uncontrollable conflict in Sudan.

A hundred days of war in Sudan have exacted a devastating toll on civilian lives and infrastructure, but the worst is yet to come. The country is on the brink of collapse, grappling with a series of crises that together are unprecedented.

Sudan was already facing an overwhelming and vastly neglected humanitarian crisis before the war broke out. The first 100 days fighting have brought it to catastrophic levels.

Thousands of lives have been lost, and countless homes and displacement camps have been reduced to ashes. At least 3.1 million people have fled within the country or across its borders.

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