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Deadly fighting between Sudanese army and paramilitaries leaves hundreds dead, injured

In Sudan, the fighting between the army and paramilitaries has resulted in the death of approximately 200 people and the injury of 1,800 others.

The violence, which began on Saturday, was triggered by a power struggle between the army chief, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and his deputy, Mohamed Hamdan Daglo.

Analysts suggest that the fighting could be prolonged and unprecedented, despite calls for a ceasefire. The situation has resulted in the destruction of hospitals and hampered the delivery of aid. Hospitals have been heavily damaged, and some are “out of service”, according to the official doctors’ union.

Furthermore, several UN World Food Programme staff have been killed, and humanitarian missions have had medical and other supplies looted.

Many organisations have temporarily suspended operations, and one-third of the Sudanese population requires aid. There are fears of regional spillover, and residents of the capital are facing power outages and shortages of bread and petrol.

Despite global calls for a ceasefire, the fighting has not abated, and there are concerns that further escalation could be devastating for the country and the region.

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