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Sudanese Army Strikes RSF North Khartoum

Sun 24 Mar 2024 | 11:58 PM

Sudanese Army Strikes RSF North Khartoum

The Sudanese army conducted a targeted operation against the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) militia in Kadro suburb, north of Khartoum

The operation resulted in casualties and extensive damage to numerous vehicles affiliated with the militia group.

The RSF, a paramilitary organization, currently holds control over most of Darfur, an area equivalent in size to mainland France.

They have alleged evidence suggesting that the armed forces have been attempting to smuggle weapons disguised as humanitarian aid.

The ongoing conflict between the Sudanese army and the RSF has plunged 18 million people, representing over a third of the population, into a state of acute food insecurity.

The majority of those affected reside in conflict zones in regions such as Darfur and Kordofan, as well as in states like Khartoum and Al Jazirah in eastern Sudan.

Recently, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) disclosed that it has only been able to deliver essential aid to 10% of the individuals in need in conflict-affected areas like Darfur.