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Aid group says over 100 people killed in 2 weeks of fighting in a Sudanese city

  • At least 134 people, including an MSF team member, have died in El-Fasher, Darfur, due to intense fighting, as reported by Doctors without Borders.
  • El-Fasher is the only state capital in western Sudan not under Rapid Support Forces control, serving as a crucial humanitarian hub at risk of famine.
  • The conflict in El-Fasher escalated on May 10, prompting UN chief Antonio Guterres to warn of "an alarming new chapter.
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