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The official said Wednesday that the move is a protest against the Rapid Support Forces' "repeated violations" of the humanitarian cease-fire, including the continued occupation of hospitals and other civilian infrastructure in the capital, Khartoum.
The five-day extension of the cease-fire between Sudan's military and its rival, the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, was announced in a joint statement late Monday by Saudi Arabia and the United States.
Exhausted Sudanese and foreigners are joining growing crowds at Sudan's main seaport. They are waiting to be evacuated from the chaos-stricken nation after more than two weeks of fighting has increasingly turned the country's capital of Khartoum into a ghost…
Sudan's warring generals have agreed to send representatives for negotiations, potentially in Saudi Arabia, the top U.N. official in the country said Monday, even as the two sides clashed in the capital of Khartoum despite another three-day extension of a…
Both the military and the RSF announced late Sunday that they would extend humanitarian cease-fire a further 72 hours. Still, fighting raged early Monday in parts of the capital, Khartoum.
Sudanese residents say heavy explosions and gunfire have rocked parts of Sudan's capital, Khartoum, and its twin city of Omdurman, despite the extension of a fragile truce between the county's rival top generals.
U.N. officials say one side in the Sudan conflict has seized control of a national health lab in the capital of Khartoum that holds biological material, calling it an "extremely dangerous" development.
Sudan's warring generals have pledged to observe a new three-day truce that was brokered by the United States and Saudi Arabia to try to pull Africa's third-largest nation from the abyss.
A crowd stampeding at an event to distribute financial aid during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, has left at least 78 people dead and 73 injured, according to Houthi officials and witnesses.
Sudan's military and its paramilitary rival each have announced that they will abide by a 24-hour cease-fire, after a previous attempt at a truce failed a day earlier.
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