The Sunday Review

There were gunshots, explosions, and jet fighters flying overhead. Sudan’s capital Khartoum Tuesday as According to reports, gunmen stormed into the homes of those working at the United Nations or other international organizations. amid Conflicting reports about a ceasefire in The country.

Fighting between the country’s armed forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) is in It’s the fourth day in Khartoum Both near the Army Command and the Presidential Palace, as well as close to two RSF bases to the North and West of the capital.

Late on Tuesday, attempts at a ceasefire failed. as The clashes between the two factions have resurfaced in The central nervous system is a key component of the NEUROSYNCHRONOUSSYSTEM KhartoumWitnesses report that the ceasefire was implemented at 12 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. local, after just a few hours of agreement. Witnesses claim that the ceasefire was implemented at 12 p.m. ET, six hours after they agreed to it.

Residents are trapped in The middle is elsewhere in Sudan; Medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said a lack of medical supplies, blood and electricity are threatening lifesaving treatments in SudanThe number of deaths from injuries has increased to 11. in North Darfur and the western region’s the last running hospital has received dozens of wounded patients in The past 48 hours

Minimum 270 There have been more than 2,600 injuries and deaths in According to officials of the World Health Organization, the World Health Organization (WHO), the unrest is a concern. Sudan’s Ministry of Health Emergency Operations Center.

The homes of UN employees and other employees of international organizations were raided by armed personnel in Then, you can get in touch with us. KhartoumAccording to reports in The Sunday Review has obtained a copy of an internal UN document.

The document states that the men sexually assaulted the women, stole their belongings and cars. “In Khartoum armed uniformed personnel, reportedly from RSF, are entering the residences of expats, separating men and women and taking them away,” Reports reads. The report also mentions a rape.

The Sunday Review reported that the RSF has denied these reports. in A claim that “will never assault any UN staff or employees. RSF is very mindful of respecting international law.”

It went on to blame both sides in Leading the fight is Sudan’s military leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan: “That is the new desperate way of Burhan’s army of fighting. They supply their people RSF uniform clothing so they can commit crimes against civilians and embassies and other groups including the UN so the image and perspective of RSF can be damaged to everyone, international and local.”

Sudan’s Armed Forces (SAF) denied their troops were involved in In referring to the alleged crimes against humanity committed by RSF, the RSF referred back to an earlier statement.

Khartoum Violence has ravaged the country. chaos in A bloody struggle for power has broken out between Burhan and his rival, Sudan’s military chief, and Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, also known as Hemedti is the head of RSF.

Satellite imagery of the smoke plume at Khartoum International Airport on Sunday.

Both leaders are blaming each other for the outbreak of violence and breach of temporary ceasefire.

SAF spokesperson Colonel Khaled Al Aqeel told Al Jazeera that they wanted to continue the ceasefire on Tuesday after gunfire was heard. in the country’s capital.

Mousa Khaddam, advisor to RSF and the Paramilitary Forces Command, also told al-Jazeera the RSF was also committed the truce. “Our forces that are deployed in multiple regions in Khartoum are committed to the ceasefire.”

Fighting continued hours after the ceasefire was supposed to take effect. The Sunday Review quoted an eyewitness as saying that they had heard the sounds of explosions in the area around the Army General Command Building and the Presidential Palace. in Khartoum.

The University of Toronto students have been busy for more than 3 days. Khartoum Campus buildings have trapped people as Around them, artillery and firearms rain down. in Sudan’s capital. “It is scary that our country will turn into a battlefield overnight,” Al-Muzaffar, a 23-year-old student, was one of the 89 faculty, staff and students who took refuge in the library.

Food and water are running low, but leaving is not an option – one student has already been killed by gunfire outside. Khalid Abdulmun’em had been trying to run to the library from a nearby building when he was struck, said Farouk.

Students recovered his body from the outside and brought it in “despite the bullets that were falling on us,” He added.

The university confirmed Abdulmun’em’s death in A Facebook post, claiming that he was shot in the campus’ surroundings. The university also posted a message on Monday urging humanitarian groups to assist in evacuating dozens of students stranded at the campus.

Witnesses have described scenes in the capital of Sudan.

“I can see outside smoke rising from buildings. And I can hear from my residence blasts, heavy gunfire from outside. The streets are totally empty,” Germain Mwehu is a Red Cross worker from Khartoum.

“In the building where I stay, I saw families with children, children crying when there are airstrikes, children horrified,” Mwehu also said that due to the violent fighting, people were unable to access food and medicine.

The RSF has killed children, including a six-year old child who died Monday morning after an RSF attack on a hospital. in Khartoum Damage was done to a maternity unit. Medics were forced to evacuate, leaving patients behind – some just newborns in incubators.

According to reports, both sides have struck at least half a dozen hospitals. Sudan’s Doctors Trade Union.

Smoke rises from burning aircraft inside Khartoum airport during clashes on April 17.

Fighting has severely affected health services. Cyrus Paye is the Project Coordinator at MSF in El Fasher, from North Darfur said in A statement that the last remaining hospital in North Darfur “rapidly running out of medical supplies to treat survivors.”

Other Hospitals in North Darfur facilities have closed either due their close proximity to combat or because staff cannot get to them due to violence.

MSF Teams are also faced with “serious challenges” in Other parts of the country were also mentioned in the statement. The group’s premises in Nyala has been looted in South Darfur in The capital Khartoum Most teams have been trapped in the fighting, and cannot access warehouses for vital supplies.

Multiple diplomats as well as humanitarian workers were targeted.

US Secretary of state Antony Blinken has confirmed that an attack was carried out on a US diplomat convoy Monday.

“Yesterday, we had an American diplomatic convoy that was fired on. All of our people are safe, but this the action was reckless, it was irresponsible and, of course, unsafe,” Blinken said in A press conference will be held on Tuesday.

Ambassador of the European Union to Sudan I was assaulted in his residency on Monday, though he is now doing fine, according to a spokesperson for the EU’s top diplomat.

And three workers from the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) were killed in Darfur prompts the WFP temporarily to halt all service in The country.

The two opposing factions pointed the finger at one another in statements made early on Tuesday morning.

The RSF accused the army of conducting airstrikes on residential neighborhoods and of attacking the EU ambassador’s headquarters in Khartoum; meanwhile, the army accused the RSF of targeting the ambassador’s residency, and of targeting the WFP’s headquarters in Darfur.

Blinken, Burhan and Dagalo all spoke on separate occasions to call for peace.

Blinken “expressed his grave concern about the death and injury of so many Sudanese civilians,” A readout by the US State Department stated that the US State Department argued for a temporary ceasefire to ensure humanitarian aid delivery, to bring separated families back together, and to protect diplomatic staff and other personnel.

Egypt is a country that has been undergoing a lot of change “in direct communication with both parties” encouraging restraint, cessation of hostilities and a return to dialogue,” Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry told The Sunday Review’s Christina Macfarlane in An exclusive Interview on Tuesday

Later, the Sudanese armed forces issued contradictory statements about a 24-hour proposed ceasefire that was to take effect on Tuesday.

In a Facebook post quoting a SAF spokesperson, the statement said: “The armed forces have been reorganized to be more efficient and effective.” “not aware of any coordination with mediators and the international community about a truce” And that RSF’s announcement of a 24-hour ceasefire “aims to cover up the crushing defeat it will receive within hours.”

Burhan, who told The Sunday Review early on that the SAF is going to be deployed. “adhere” The tripartite system, consisting of United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission and the United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission, has proposed a ceasefire. in Sudan The African Union, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development and (UNITAMS) are all part of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development.

Dagalo said on twitter that the ceasefire would last 24 hours “to ensure the safe passage of civilians and the evacuation of the wounded” Paramilitary Forces approved this.

The Director General of WHO, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, condemned the conflict in Sudan On Tuesday, the government claimed that there was a shortage of medical staff on the ground, and certain health care centers had been looted, or used for military use.

Volker Perthes, the UN Secretary General’s Special Representative for SudanOn Monday, the group said it has tried to persuade the rival parties. “hold the fire” They were asked to provide protection for embassies and UN offices as well as medical and humanitarian facilities.

Perthes reported that the two sides had agreed in advance to a 3-hour ceasefire Sunday. They also did so again Monday.

Burhan and Dagalo, however, have both accused each other of having violated the ceasefire.

The Sunday Review was speaking to Burhan in the afternoon of Monday when gunshots were heard. in the background despite the supposed ceasefire – and Burhan claimed Dagalo had violated it for the second day.

The RSF spokesperson disputed the claim, saying that the RSF had tried to adhere to the ceasefire. “they keep firing which leaves no choice” RSF is not a RSF “defend itself by firing back.”