For the first time… Sudanese army bombed the presidential palace

Today, Sunday, the Sudanese army bombed, for the first time, the positions of the Rapid Support Forces inside the presidential palace in central Khartoum.

A military source in the Sudanese army said that the warplanes bombed the presidential palace, which is controlled by the Rapid Support Forces, in the center of the capital, Khartoum.

He added that today, Sunday, the Air Force carried out intensive air raids on Rapid Support sites in the vicinity of neighborhoods close to the Armored Corps in Khartoum.

Yesterday evening, Saturday, the Sudanese army announced that the Rapid Support Forces had inflicted dozens of deaths and destroyed 10 military vehicles during their attack on its positions in the vicinity of the Armored Corps, south of Khartoum.

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