First Look At Historic Omdurman After Intense Fighting

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Yousra Elbagir is the first journalist to be given access to one of Khartoum’s most historic sites in Omdurman, after heavy fighting. Sir William Patey, former British Ambassador to Sudan has told there appears to be no end in sight to the conflict. Yousra Elbagir is a Sudanese–British journalist and writer.

OMDURMAN FEBRUARY 13: Sky News’ Africa Correspondent Yousra Elbagir is the first journalist to be given rare access to one of Khartoum’s most historic sites in Omdurman, after heavy fighting.

Armed clashes between government forces and the RSF militia in Sudan and around the capital Khartoum have killed at least 12,000 people.

Sir William Patey, former British Ambassador to Sudan has told Sky News there appears to be no end in sight to the conflict. Sir William said efforts of coming to some kind of resolution with international partners are difficult as attention is focused on Ukraine and Gaza.

Yousra Elbagir is a Sudanese–British journalist and writer. Elbagir was born in Khartoum to a Sudanese journalist and politician father, and to a publisher and business person mother. Her mother is known to be the first female publisher in Sudan. She grew up in the United Kingdom until she was 8 years old, when her family moved to Sudan.

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