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413 People Killed, 3500 Injured In Sudan Clash



World  Health Organization confirmed that there have been a  violent clash between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces group and this has resulted in a death toll of at least 413 people.

The fighting, which began  last week, has also left more than 3,500 individuals injured.

The situation in Sudan remains tense, with reports of ongoing clashes between the two groups.

The conflict has caused significant damage to infrastructure and displacement of civilians, exacerbating an already dire humanitarian situation in the country.

The United Nations and international community have called for an immediate end to the violence, and for the parties involved to engage in peaceful dialogue to resolve their differences.

The WHO and other humanitarian organizations are on the ground providing critical medical assistance to those affected by the conflict.

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