Khartoum clashes continue

According to a field source, there were fierce clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces in Khartoum close to the Armored Corps in Jabra south of Khartoum. The two parties are still engaged in conflict in some states, including the capital’s three major cities.

According to the reporter, the army bombed quick support sites in Omdurman with heavy artillery, which is practically routine in Khartoum. No side has been able to advance on the battlefield since the clashes between the two factions began last April.

Meanwhile, the Sudanese army announced yesterday evening that it had communicated with the International Committee of the Red Cross regarding the handing over of 30 minors (children) from the Rapid Support Forces.

And a statement from the army stated – yesterday evening – that the handover of minors will take place in Omdurman, as soon as the response of the international organization is received.

The statement indicated that another group of 200 “rebels” will also be handed over when the necessary arrangements are completed with representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross.

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