The number of civilians who have been killed during the clashes between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces has risen to 822 since April 15, according to the Central Sudan Doctors Syndicate.
The syndicate also pointed out that 3215 have been injured. It explained further that “the new deaths and injuries that were from the capital, Khartoum, El-Obeid, and El-Geneina in West Darfur.”
This statistic does not include the numbers of dead and wounded soldiers.
Since the beginning of the clashes, thousands of Sudanese refugees flee to Egypt, Chad, Ethiopia and South Sudan every day. The United Nations stated recently that 200,000 people have fled Sudan to escape the bloody war, and hundreds of thousands have been displaced inside the country.
Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK had recently called on the conflicting parties in Sudan to immediately stop the ongoing war and seek a peaceful solution through a comprehensive national dialogue.
AOHR UK also called on the UN Security Council to take an immediate action and call for a ceasefire to save the lives of innocent people at risk.