Europe News Desk!!! Violent clashes between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) continue. Eastern parts of the capital Khartoum are being heavily bombed by the air force. The army said in a statement late on Monday that arms, ammunition, fuel and logistics belonging to rebel militias, which have seized some areas in the Sharq al-Nile (East Nile) area and positions around the East Nile hospital, have been intercepted. Targeted. The statement said there were no civilian casualties during the operation, but the RSF said dozens of innocent civilians were killed and injured in the bombing and a large part of the hospital was destroyed, reports Xinhua news agency. On Monday, the Sudanese Foreign Ministry condemned RSF attacks on several diplomatic missions in Khartoum.
The ministry said the RSF attacked Jordanian diplomatic missions, the Embassy of South Sudan, the Embassy of the Republic of Somalia, the Embassy of the Republic of Uganda and the military. The statement said the RSF damaged documents and furniture and stole valuables, including computers and diplomatic vehicles, without regard to international law. Meanwhile, the National Human Rights Commission in Sudan issued a statement on the situation in the country on Monday. The commission condemned the use of air force and heavy weapons around civilian habitats which resulted in civilian casualties. In its latest report, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said at least 676 people have been killed since the clashes first began on April 15. According to the report, more than 936,000 people have been displaced by the conflict since 15 April. Of these, about 736,200 people have taken refuge internally and about 200,000 in neighboring countries.
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