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Sudan: Thousands flee as fighting persists despite extension of truce

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Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – Thousands of Sudanese citizens have fled their homes in Khartoum as the ongoing conflict between rival forces continues to cause chaos and destruction in the nation’s capital. Despite the recent extension of a truce, the fighting persists, with families forced to flee for their safety.

According to eyewitnesses, the streets of Khartoum are filled with displaced persons seeking shelter, while others have fled to neighboring countries for safety. Speaking to African Boulevard News, one resident described the harrowing experience of leaving their home behind: “We heard gunshots and explosions at all hours of the day and night. We didn’t feel safe, and we knew we had to leave. It was heart-wrenching to abandon the place we called home, but we had no other choice.”

The ongoing violence has disrupted the lives of thousands of Sudanese, with many struggling to access basic necessities such as food, water, and medical care. With the situation showing no signs of improving, humanitarian organizations have called for urgent action from the international community to support those affected by the crisis.

Amid the chaos, reports of looting and violence have also emerged, adding to the sense of insecurity felt by those still in Khartoum. The United Nations has raised concerns about the situation, with several agencies working to provide assistance to those impacted by the conflict.

In a statement, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for an immediate end to the violence and urged all parties involved to work towards lasting peace. “The people of Sudan deserve to live in safety and security, and it is the responsibility of the international community to support them in their time of need,” he said.

As the conflict in Khartoum continues, the future remains uncertain for those affected by the crisis. While the recent extension of the truce offers a glimmer of hope, many are still living in fear, unsure of what the coming days and weeks will bring.

In the face of such uncertainty, the resilience and strength of the Sudanese people stand out as a beacon of hope. Despite the challenges they are facing, they continue to show remarkable courage and determination, supporting each other and working together to rebuild their lives in the midst of chaos and destruction.

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