May 29, 2023

“The total number of civilian deaths since the beginning of the war has reached 144, and the number of injuries is 1,409, including both civilians and military personnel,” it said in its statement.

And she warned that the crisis is taking a difficult turn in light of the continuing fighting, explaining that there is an increase in the death and injury rates.

She added, “We condemn in the strongest terms this ongoing war. We appeal and demand safe passages to be opened to treat the sick and injured, and to deliver food and medicine supplies.”

And she noted that “this enumeration is what we have reached, and that there are many dead and injured people who have not been reached and are outside the scope of our enumeration.”

Since Saturday, Sudan has witnessed an intensification of battles, especially in the capital, Khartoum, between the army forces led by Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces loyal to his former ally, Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo.

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