Flames destroy landmark tower as Sudan war enters sixth month
The conflict has caused widespread clashes, looting and shortages of food and medicine in Khartoum and other cities, driving more than 5 million people from their homes.
Sudan 'spiralling out of control' as one million flee country
The millions who remain in Khartoum and cities in the Darfur and Kordofan regions have faced rampant looting and long power, communications and water cuts.
Sudanese suffer sexual violence on 'sickening scale,' UN says
The war has seen more than 4 million people flee their homes, of which 3.2 million people are internally displaced and nearly 900,000 people have crossed the borders into other countries.
Heavy clashes grip Sudan capital as war shows no sign of let-up
The RSF, which occupied much of the capital at the outbreak of fighting in mid-April, responded forcefully, resulting in heavy clashes in residential neighbourhoods and civilian casualties and displacement.
Sudan war enters 100th day as mediation attempts fail
The fighting broke out as the army and paramilitary RSF vied for power, since then more than 3 million people have been uprooted, including more than 700,000 who have fled to neighbouring countries.
Number of displaced by Sudan war surpasses 3 million
Most have fled either from the capital Khartoum or from Darfur, where ethnically-targeted violence has surged.
Fighting rages in Sudan's capital as army tries to cut off supply routes
Conflict between the army and the RSF has brought daily clashes to the capital, triggering ethnically-motivated killings in the western region of Darfur, threatening to drag Sudan into a protracted civil war.
Islamists wield hidden hand in Sudan conflict, military sources say
The army has denied accusations by its rivals in the Rapid Support Forces that it depends on discredited loyalists of Bashir, an Islamist long shunned by the West, who was toppled during a popular uprising in 2019.
Over 1 million may flee Sudan conflict, UN refugee agency says
So far, the conflict between warring military factions that began in mid-April has caused nearly 600,000 people to escape into neighbouring countries including Egypt, Chad, South Sudan and Central African Republic.
Sudan's RSF says it seized police camp as fighting rages
Fighting has intensified since a series of ceasefire deals agreed at talks led by the US and Saudi Arabia in Jeddah failed to stick.
Sudan war death toll surges past 2,000 as fighting enters third month
Homes and markets have been burned to the ground, hospitals and aid facilities looted and more than 149,000 people sent fleeing into neighbouring Chad.
Fighting rages in Sudan's capital after 24-hour truce expires
Fighting has been concentrated in the capital, much of which has become a war zone plagued by looting and clashes.
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