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After 100 days of fighting.. The United Nations: The situation in Sudan is catastrophic

After 100 days of conflict in SudanThe United Nations revealed that the dire situation in the country has turned into a complete disaster.

“Yesterday marked the 100th day since the outbreak of war in Sudan, a crisis that has turned into a complete disaster,” said Clementine Nkweta Salami, Humanitarian Coordinator in Sudan, in a statement today, Tuesday, noting that the increasing violations affect civilians and increase their suffering.

It also revealed that at least 18 aid workers have been killed and others injured since the start of the conflict.

50 warehouses of humanitarian aid were looted

Also, it was announced that more than 20 people working in the humanitarian field were arrested, and the fate of some of them is still unknown.

The Humanitarian Coordinator in Sudan said that at least 50 humanitarian aid warehouses were looted and 82 offices looted.

The health sector in Sudan was severely affected after the outbreak of fighting between the Sudanese army forces and the Rapid Support Forces in large areas of the country in mid-April.

Displaced from Khartoum (AFP)

In its latest report, the International Organization for Migration stated that the number of displaced people in Sudan due to the war rose to 2.6 million, including 200,000 who were displaced during the past week, while the number of refugees to neighboring countries reached about 730,000.

While the ongoing war, without any prospect of a solution, has resulted in the killing of at least 3,900 people so far, according to the non-governmental organization “Aclide”, noting that medical sources confirm that the actual toll is much higher.

Fighting broke out between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces on April 15, while the military and civilian parties were putting the final touches on a political process that was supposed to lead to the formation of a civilian government.

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