KHARTOUM : Fighting in the Sudanese capital raged into the early hours of Sunday after a day of deadly battles between paramilitaries and the regular army that left at least 27 people dead and 200 wounded. Explosions and gunfire rang out on the deserted streets of Khartoum after the paramilitaries said they were in control of the presidential place, Khartoum airport and other vital facilities.
The international community has condemned the escalation of violence in Sudan’s capital Khartoum. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the situation in Sudan was “fragile” but insisted there was still an opportunity to complete a transition to a civilian-led government.The United Arab Emirates urged all parties in Sudan to exercise restraint, deescalate and work towards ending the crisis through dialogue. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the outbreak of fighting and called for calm.