Despite having agreed to a 24-hour ceasefire the RSF and Sudanese army continue fighting and attacking each other.
Attempts for a ceasefire have failed, while thousands of people are trapped in their homes and cannot gain access to basic necessities such as food and medical assistance.
“Heavy artillery can still be heard in the vicinity of the Sudanese army’s general command as it has been the scene of intense fighting between RSF and the army,” reports said.
According to reporters on the ground, the situation in the Republic of Sudan is deeply concerning.
Some people started taking to the streets trying to get out of the city after losing hope that the conflict would be resolved by any peaceful means.
At least 270 people were killed and 2,600 others were wounded, as fierce fighting between two major factions of the country’s military continued into the fifth day, said the World Health Organisation (WHO).