A brutal war continues in Sudan between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces with no prospects for a settlement after both sides failed to respect the ceasefire and talks in Jeddah broke down.
Al-Arabiya sources said there were clashes between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in North Darfur on Saturday, resulting in the death of 25 people.
Sources have revealed the presence of a number of snipers in the city, among whose sons is the intent of the armed groups to take control of the city of El Geneina in the Darfur region.
At the same time, Sudanese sources have indicated that the death rate is two to three per day in the city of El Geneina, west of the state of Darfur, due to the collapse of the health sector and the difficult humanitarian situation.
Al Arabiya Camera also investigated the situation in the Omdurman district of the Sudanese capital Khartoum and monitored the plight of citizens amid ongoing clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces.
The war has isolated more than 36 Sudanese cities and municipalities in Darfur from the world after communication networks went out of service.
Communications were cut off in a number of cities in the Darfur region after entire states of Western and Central Darfur stopped providing communications along with cities from other states, according to the testimony of residents of Darfur.