While the violent clashes continued in Khartoum and Omdurman, the spark of conflict spread to the Darfur region, especially the cities of Nyala, El Geneina and El Fasher, which witnessed acts of theft and looting.
Sudanese sources reported that the markets and warehouses of humanitarian organizations were robbed in Darfur, which forced many families to flee to Chad to escape the war, indicating that the police began deploying its personnel to secure the markets and the city of Nyala.
The media official of the Sudanese Red Crescent, Osama Abu Bakr, confirmed today (Friday) that the corpses in Khartoum are many and cannot be covered because the area of the capital and its population is very large, reaching 10 million people, explaining in an interview with “Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath”: “We need great security guarantees. From both sides of the conflict to protect the movement of our volunteers to evacuate the wounded and transport the bodies in the capital during the clashes.
He added, “We coordinated the exchange of corpses between the army and the Rapid Support Forces,” indicating that the Crescent is a neutral body that communicates with both sides of the conflict to help the injured and the victims.
Abu Bakr appealed to the organizations to provide treatment, pointing out that hospitals suffer from an acute shortage of medical supplies, even in emergency rooms.
Clashes continue near the presidential palace in Khartoum and the Bahri region, and in Omdurman, where the Rapid Support Forces are stationed, while the army carried out sorties over the headquarters of the General Command in Khartoum.