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UN: Sudan conflict displaces over 1.3 million, including some 320K to neighboring countries

  • The fighting between Sudan's military and paramilitary forces has displaced over 1.3 million people, with over 1 million forced to leave their homes within Sudan and 320,000 fleeing to neighboring countries.
  • The conflict, which erupted in April after escalating tensions, has killed at least 863 civilians, including 190 children, and wounded over 3,530 others.
  • Despite a week-long cease-fire brokered by the United States and Saudi Arabia, sporadic fighting has continued, exacerbating already dire humanitarian conditions and pushing Sudan to near collapse. The UN estimates that $2.
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