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400+ Killed, 3,500+ Injured in Sudan Conflict: WHO

400+ Killed, 3,500+ Injured in Sudan Conflict: WHO

Over 400 Killed, 3,500 Hurt in Sudan Fighting: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that over 400 people have been killed and 3,500 injured in Sudan’s ongoing conflict. The violence has been ongoing since December 2019, and has been escalating in recent weeks.

WHO: 400+ Killed, 3,500+ Injured in Sudan Conflict

The WHO has reported that at least 400 people have been killed and 3,500 injured since the start of the conflict in December 2019. The violence has been concentrated in the Darfur region, where the majority of the casualties have been reported. The WHO has also reported that the number of casualties is likely to be higher, as many of the victims have not been counted.

Sudan Conflict Escalating

The violence in Sudan has been escalating in recent weeks, with reports of increased fighting between government forces and rebel groups. The conflict has also caused a humanitarian crisis, with many people being displaced from their homes and facing food insecurity. The UN has called for an immediate ceasefire and for all parties to the conflict to respect international humanitarian law.

International Community Urged to Act

The international community has been urged to take action to end the conflict in Sudan. The UN has called for an immediate ceasefire and for all parties to the conflict to respect international humanitarian law. The UN has also urged the international community to provide humanitarian aid to those affected by the conflict.

The conflict in Sudan has caused immense suffering for the people of the country, and the international community must act to end the violence and bring peace to the region.

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