A report by Amnesty International monitors the spread of war crimes in Sudan

Amnesty International said in a new report that widespread war crimes are being committed in Sudan, and that civilians across the country are living in “unimaginable” terror.

According to the organization, people are killed in the heart of their homes or during their desperate search for food, water and medicine, and are caught in the crossfire while fleeing and deliberately shot at in targeted attacks.

The report also details sexual violence against women and girls, attacks targeting civilian objects – such as hospitals and places of worship – and widespread looting.

Some of the violations documented – such as attacks targeting civilians, attacks on humanitarian infrastructure, rape and other forms of sexual violence, and looting – amount to war crimes, and the report focuses primarily on Khartoum and West Darfur.

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