Clashes and mutual shelling renewed and fierce confrontations in Khartoum and South Kordofan

Clashes and mutual shelling renewed today, Sunday, between the army forces and the Rapid Support Forces in Khartoum and Omdurman, amid news of the army’s coalition forces storming the presidential palace, while the special forces of the “Movement Kurd North – Abdul Aziz al-Hilu wing” attacked army sites in the south of the state of South Sudan.

Today, Sunday, warplanes flew heavily east of Khartoum, and bombed Rapid Support targets in the “Hillat Hamad” area in Khartoum North, and this coincided with the launch of anti-aircraft anti-aircraft forces by the Rapid Support Forces.

A military source said that rapid support marches attacked army targets in the Al-Wadi neighborhood, wounding its ranks.

The source added that the warplanes responded to the attack by bombing Rapid Support Forces targets in the “Bari” suburb, east of Khartoum.

Related Articles

Back to top button