Intense aerial bombardment of the Sudanese army in Khartoum and the island

The cities of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, witnessed, on Tuesday, a new day of violence Violent clashes renewed between the army and the Rapid Support Forces It covered the vicinity of Shambat and Halfaya bridges.

sorties in Khartoum and the island

Al-Arabiya correspondent reported that the Sudanese army carried out, today, Tuesday, intensive air sorties in Khartoum and Al-Jazeera state.

Also, the neighborhoods south of the capital, Khartoum, witnessed violent clashes with heavy and light weapons, with a continuous flight of military aircraft.

Renewed clashes in Omdurman

In the city of Omdurman, west of the capital, witnesses pointed to renewed armed clashes throughout the city, which led to the rise of flames and smoke.

Military reconnaissance aircraft flew over the city and fired a group of missiles at separate locations of the Rapid Support Forces.

“Quick Support Escape”

Meanwhile, the Sudanese army announced combing an area in the city of Omdurman, which led to a “mass flight of the Rapid Support Forces.”

In addition, the continuous qualitative operations of the Sudanese army and the almost daily combing in the areas south of Omdurman forced the RSF bases and gatherings to retreat from some of the points where they were present.

There is no transportation in Omdurman

Reconnaissance aircraft also continued to fly in Omdurman, which is relatively quiet, with some skirmishes in neighborhoods where the presence of army personnel and members of the Rapid Support Forces is close to each other.

While those coming from the main transportation station in the “Shaqla” area, south of Omdurman, said that the station was empty of transportation, also indicating that the vegetable market was empty of merchants and citizens as a result of the field development and the army’s advance south and west of the station.

With its fourth month approaching, the clashes have left more than 3,000 dead, most of them civilians, and more than 2.8 million displaced persons and refugees inside and outside one of the poorest countries in the world, according to the Ministry of Health and the United Nations.

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