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Reports from Sudan Doctors Syndicate 411 victims among civilians


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The Sudan Doctors Syndicate reported on Saturday that 411 civilians had died and 2,023 had been injured as a result of the fighting between the army and the Rapid Support Forces, an increase of 24 dead and 95 injured since the fighting started two weeks ago.

The doctors syndicate reported nine civilian deaths in Khartoum, Bahri, and Omdurman, as well as 65 cases of injuries, the majority of which occurred in Al Junaynah and included a number of unstable cases.

According to the syndicate, fighting between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces is still going on and has already claimed more lives in both the capital and the countryside.

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It stated that 89 people had died as a result of the fighting in the city of Al Junaynah, highlighting the fact that it is impossible to determine the precise number of fatalities and injuries because none of the city’s hospitals are operating. Additionally, patients are unable to access hospitals because of the country’s difficult transportation conditions and security situation.

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