April 17, 2024 12:51 pm





Death and Destruction: Rockets and Shells Claim Lives of 20 Innocent Sudanese Civilians, Lawyers and Medics Reveal

At least 20 Sudanese civilians have been killed by rocket fire on residential areas of one of Darfur’s main cities and by shelling near hospitals in North Kordofan state, lawyers and medics said Saturday.

Lawyers and medics in Sudan have reported that rocket fire and shelling have claimed the lives of at least 20 civilians in the Darfur region and North Kordofan state. The attacks targeted residential areas and hospitals, causing widespread devastation.

The doctors’ union said that since Friday morning shells had struck near four hospitals in the North Kordofan state capital El-Obeid, killing four civilians and wounding 45.

According to the doctors’ union, four hospitals in El-Obeid, the capital of North Kordofan state, were hit with shells on Friday morning. The attacks resulted in the deaths of four civilians and left 45 others injured.

In the South Darfur state capital Nyala, the local lawyers’ union said that rocket fire had killed 16 civilians.

The local lawyers’ union in Nyala, the capital of South Darfur state, reported that rocket fire had claimed the lives of 16 civilians. The attack has further exacerbated the already dire situation in the region.

“During an exchange of rocket fire between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), 16 civilians were killed on Friday, according to a preliminary toll,” the lawyers’ union said.

And at least one man was killed by a sniper, it added.

The lawyers’ union stated that the 16 civilian casualties occurred during a clash between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), a paramilitary group. In addition to the rocket fire, at least one man was killed by a sniper. The violence continues to escalate, causing widespread fear and uncertainty among the Sudanese population.

The war, which broke out in the capital Khartoum on April 15 and spread to Darfur later that month, has left at least 3,000 dead across Sudan, according to a conservative estimate.

Since its outbreak in Khartoum on April 15, the war has now spread to Darfur, resulting in the deaths of approximately 3,000 people across Sudan. This estimate is believed to be a conservative figure, and the actual death toll may be higher.

Analysts say both warring sides would like to see the battlefield expand.

Analysts suggest that both warring factions have an interest in expanding the battlefield. This may lead to further bloodshed and suffering for Sudanese civilians caught in the crossfire.

The RSF, meanwhile, are trying to seize the main Darfur-Khartoum road to ensure a constant supply of fighters and weapons.

The Rapid Support Forces (RSF) are currently attempting to gain control of the main road connecting Darfur and Khartoum. By doing so, they aim to secure a steady flow of fighters and weapons, consolidating their power in the region.

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