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Fighting in Sudan has led to a new wave of violence in Darfur, raising fears of further escalation.
After a month of fighting, the death toll in Sudan has surpassed 600. As the conflict continues, there is growing concern that it could spread to other countries in the region.
Why is Sudan so prone to civil war? The country has suffered from internal conflict for well over half of its 67 years of independence. Two generals are threatening to unleash another civil war.
Nearly two dozen advocates, academics and ex-officials also call on US to impose sanctions against President Kais Saied.
The clashes have killed more than 400 people and injured thousands more. Those displaced are streaming into nations such as Chad, Egypt and South Sudan, adding to a refugee crisis in the region.
Even before its two leading generals went to war last week, “everyone wanted a chunk of Sudan,” an expert said of the strategically located country rich in natural resources.
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UN Secretary-General António Guterres continues efforts towards ensuring an end to the hostilities in Sudan, his Spokesperson said on Wednesday, amid reports of a new ceasefire between warring military factions and refugees fleeing the country across the border into Chad.