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Sudanese forces clash in Khartoum after talks break down

Sudanese forces clash in Khartoum after talks break down

SUDAN'S warring parties fought in the capital after the collapse of talks to maintain a ceasefire and ease a humanitarian crisis. Residents of Khartoum and Omdurman across the Nile said the army had resumed air strikes and was using more artillery. But said there was no sign the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) was retreating from the streets and homes it had occupied, they said. "We are suffering so much from this war. Since this morning there have been sounds of violence. We're living in terror. It is a real nightmare," said Shehab al-Din Abdalrahman, 31, in a southern district of Khartoum.…
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Sudanese forces tear-gas Khartoum street protests following deadly tribal clashes

Sudanese forces tear-gas Khartoum street protests following deadly tribal clashes

SUDANESE security forces fired tear gas as thousands of Hausa protesters marched in central Khartoum on Tuesday, days after tribal clashes killed dozens in southern Sudan's Blue Nile state. At least 105 people have been killed and 246 injured, according to Sudan's health ministry, following clashes between members of the Hausa and Funj tribes that began last week, stemming from land disputes. The U.N. said 17,300 people were displaced. "These aren't just protests, what we want is to get to the presidential palace and ask that the injustice towards the Hausa stops," said Haroun, a 22-year-old marcher. Others held signs…
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