As part of the continued human rights violations in Sudan, a random shelling killed 34 people, including children, in a popular market in the Sudanese City of Omdurman.
Most of the casualties were Melga Market dealers and truck drivers, according to the health authorities. No details were given about the injured.
Eyewitnesses confirmed that an explosive artillery shell was fired at the market.
Last Saturday, 22 people died in a similar attack in Omdurman.
More than 3,000 people have died and 6,000 others have been injured since the outbreak of the violent clashes in Sudan.
During the same reported period, more than 2.9 million people have been displaced in Sudan, the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
The United Nations stated recently that tens of thousands of 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 (AOHR UK) 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 immediate action and call for a ceasefire to save the lives of innocent people at risk.