What is happening in Sudan? Here’s what we know about the conflict. | JUST THE FAQS

Here's why conflict in Sudan led the U.S. and other foreign nations to evacuate their embassies.

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The fighting is between two rival generals: Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan, who leads the Sudanese military, and Gen. Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo, who leads the Rapid Support Forces, a paramilitary group. Caught in between are millions of civilians who have made their support for a democratic government clear.

“This tragic violence in Sudan has already cost the lives of hundreds of innocent civilians. It’s unconscionable and it must stop,” President Joe Biden said a statement Saturday.

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  1. I pray and hope the conflict in Sudan comes to an end soon for the love of Gods sake. This does help Africa and Africans to behave this well m. Africa needs unity not disunity. It’s embarrassing. Innocent People suffer at the expense of a few decision makers in power. Africa don’t always let your heart rule your head!

  2. I just don’t understand this why they always forget to name India even after knowing we’re world’s 4th Super Power, more stronger than Britain, France, Germany, etc.

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