Four hundred dead, 3,500 injured in conflict in Sudan: WHO

Sudan is a North African country Over four hundred people have been killed so far in the fighting between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Force (RSF). More than 3,500 people were injured.

Citing the World Health Organization (WHO), this information was informed in a report by the news agency AFP on Friday.

“According to the information we have so far, 413 people have died and 3,551 have been injured,” WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris told a news conference in Geneva.

Meanwhile, the United Nations Children’s Organization UNICEF said that at least 9 children were among the dead. Apart from this, more than half a hundred children were injured in this conflict.

According to an estimate from Sudan’s Ministry of Health WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris said 20 health centers in Sudan had closed and were at risk of closing due to the conflict. 12 more.

He said, “It will not only affect those who are injured in the fierce fighting, but also those who need treatment beforehand.”

“This conflict is upsetting the lives of the country’s children,” James Elder, UNICEF spokesman, told reporters. Children will pay a heavy price if this fight continues.’

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