Over 100 People Were Killed In Two Weeks Of Fighting In A Sudanese City.

Over 100 People Were Killed In Two Weeks Of Fighting In A Sudanese City.

More than two weeks of fighting between Sudan’s military and a notorious paramilitary group over a major city in western Darfur killed at least 123 people, according to an international aid organisation on Sunday.

Doctors Without Borders reported that fighting in el-Fasher, North Darfur’s provincial capital, wounded over 930 people during the same period.

This demonstrates the violent nature of the fighting,” the group stated. “We urge the warring parties to do more to protect civilians.”

Clashes between the military and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces erupted in the city earlier this month, forcing thousands of people to flee their homes, according to the

It also brought the country’s population to the brink of famine. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation warned the warring parties earlier this month that if humanitarian aid is not allowed into Sudan’s vast western region, widespread starvation and death are imminent.

The RSF has gathered forces in recent months to seize control of el-Fasher. The RSF, along with its Arab militia allies, besieged the city and launched a major attack on its southern and eastern parts earlier this month.

According to the United Nations International Organization for Migration, the clashes renewed on Thursday in the Abu Shouk camp for displaced people in the Salam neighborhood in the city’s northern part, as well as its southern and western parts.

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