Thousands have fled a southern Sudan town, residents said Monday, after attacks by the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF), at war with the army for nearly six months. RSF fighters on dozens of armed vehicles attacked the town of Wad Ashana, on the border between North Kordofan and White Nile states, on Saturday, according to residents. Sign up Also receive offers from The Africa Report Also receive offers from The Africa Report's partners“My neighbour and my cousin were both killed in the crossfire. The same allegation has followed RSF attacks across Sudan since the war began. Three days later, “the RSF attacked the city, completely overtaking it and pushing the army” 35 kilometres east, he said.
Source: The North Africa Journal October 03, 2023 01:47 UTC