The army chief General was seen outside his headquarters for the first time since fighting with paramilitaries erupted in Sudan.
The conflict between two rival generals in war-torn Sudan has intensified, spreading its violent grip across two cities.
Save the Children has warned that Sudan faces a high risk of disease outbreaks as thousands of unburied corpses remain exposed.
Residents near Khartoum have been ordered to evacuate as the fighting between the army and paramilitary forces rages.
Sudan’s paramilitaries have reportedly issued chilling orders to civilians in the capital’s south to vacate their homes.
Paramilitaries attacked a key air force base in Khartoum, killing dozens of soldiers as rockets prevailed.
Air strikes in Sudan claim 16 lives in Sudan’s Khartoum after 100 days of war so far that has counted to thousands of deaths countrywide.
Tension among Sudanese after rocket fire kills at least 20 Sudanese civilians in one of Darfur’s main cities.
Amidst the 100th day of unrelenting conflict in war-devastated Sudan, tragedy struck when a civilian plane crashed, claiming nine lives.
Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, has been shaken by air strikes, street battles, and artillery fire, plunging the nation into a state of turmoil.
Sudan’s drivers have remained idle as the war escalates in the country, causing transportation and business disruption.
Sudan’s capital experienced a communications blackout as the army and other forces waged a deadly battle in Khartoum.
War-torn Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, experienced a communications blackout that left residents in a state of disarray.
With food prices soaring, basic supplies running low, and salaries halted, over half of the country’s 48 million people need aid in Sudan.
Blasts were heard again in Sudan’s capital Khartoum as the army rallied civilians to take up arms against a renewed onslaught.
Fighting in Khartoum raged on amid the Muslim holiday, Eid al-Adha after paramilitaries seized the main police base in the country’s capital.
Battle in Sudan has become rampant and has caused hundreds of deaths in the country and thousands fleeing to inconducive environments.
More than a dozen were killed in Khartoum as opponents forces are in a battle over control of the Sudan’s city police.
Sudan violence has raged despite the ceasefire that has been established severally in the country’s capital.
War in Sudan reached its third month as the death toll reportedly topped 2,000 after the state’s governor was killed.
Army fighters have bombed Khartoum as the country prepares to celebrate two months of hardship since a power struggle that caused war.
Heavy artillery fire was heard across greater Khartoum. Residents bury their family members who died in the clashes.
Red cross said that at least 300 children evacuated from a Khartoum orphanage where they were caught in the crossfire of Sudan.
Gunfire still heard in northern Khartoum, Sudan despite the agreement to 5-days extension of the ceasefire that was violated last week.
Due to Sudan’s capital conflict,, residents are at high risk to death due to lack of safe drinking water, hence a high risk of death.