Unfortunately, on 15 April 2023, clashes between Sudan’s army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces started and still continues in Khartoum. At least 525 people have been killed and over 4,500 injured due to the conflict according to the latest figures from the country’s Health Ministry. Prices of food, fuel, and other basic goods are reportedly skyrocketing, making critical goods unaffordable for many people. Civilians are fleeing areas affected by fighting in increasing numbers, including Chad, Egypt, and South Sudan. A state of emergency has been declared in Khartoum with tens of thousands of people trying to leave Sudan as there is no sign the fighting has eased.
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