Addis Ababa, April 18,2023, Ethio Negari:- According to the Sudan Doctors Committee, the number of people who died in the conflict in Sudan has risen to 200.
According to the committee, the number of injured people has reached more than 1500.
But according to the UN report, the death toll is 185.
The war between the Sudanese army and the Rapid support forces (RSF) led by General Hamdan Dagalo is in its fourth day.
Many countries of the world, including the United States and European Union, are urging the two warring parties to stop conflict.
UN, on the other hand, said that there is no willingness to start negotiations between the fighting forces of Sudan.
Sudan has been in political turmoil since former President Omar Hassan al-Bashir was overthrown by force in 2019.
The people of Sudan have been calling for the establishment of a civilian-led government for years. However, the Sudanese army has split into two and entered into a war to control power by force