June 6, 2023
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Humanitarian Operations Suspended As Fighting Continues In Sudan

A second day of fierce fighting in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum has left three United Nations staff and more than 50 others dead. 

The pro-democracy Central Committee of Sudan Doctors reports 56 civilians killed as well as “tens of deaths” among security forces, and around 600 wounded.  

This is despite an hours-long pause yesterday to address humanitarian needs including the evacuation of wounded. 

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The World Food Programme has suspended operations in the impoverished country after three of its workers were killed. 

The battle between Sudan’s armed forces and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) has sparked international outcry and regional concern, including border closures by neighbours Egypt and Chad. 

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