Residents at the Khartoum are without access to the clean water, as conflicts continues for fourth day in the Sudan Civil War

Anshu Choudhary
Sudanese Civil War in 2023
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19 April 2023, Khartoum, Sudan: The conflict between the Sudanese Government and rebel groups has resulted in large destruction and displacement of local citizens. The resident of the country highlighted access to clean water is critical and that the absence of it can lead to a large-scale humanitarian crisis. The continued civil war in Sudan has prompted calls for immediate action from the United Nations for the establishment of peace in the country. 


Sudanese Civil War in 2023
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According to the local citizens of Khartoum the capital city of Sudan, people are facing water shortages and a lack of social welfare due to the ongoing war between the rivalries. The fighting has continued for four consecutive days, resulting in the worst situation for the normal residents. The conflict is abating and leaving citizens in a precarious situation. 


There are fears among the citizens that the situation could get worsen and will result in a lack of casualties there. In an interview with the BBC a lady there in Sudan revealed she has no access to fresh water for days after the starting of the civil war in Sudan. 


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In the heart of Khartoum, near the military basements, there have been reports of heavy bombardment and some tanks on the streets. Local citizens near the airport witnessed black smoke emanating from the airport of Khartoum. The situation in Sudan remains unclear and potentially dangerous at this time. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.
 

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